I enjoyed the pics and also the comments here discussing the ethics of taking pictures of people without their knowledge/consent.
I don't see the big deal unless you are going to publish the pictures and make money from them.
LadyGaGa: > Photographer Zack Arias is particularly known for is his street work ...
I've never regarded Arias as a street photographer at all, not sure where that notion comes from. He hails from Atlanta as I do and he has no local recognition as a street photographer.
His notoriety in part stems from his studio work with a single light source.
He makes videos for Kelby Training. Some street work in there.
Technology from the 90's...nice!
If I already own the 35mm Art, is there any point in buying this lens?
I own a D610 and have had zero issues thus far. Just wanted to put that out there. Nikon makes a fine camera, they could use some lessons in PR and customer service.
Thanks Nikon, I got the battery in.
Xentinus: What about D7000 owners?!
What about D610 owners? My D610 works perfectly.
Loved #5, it's strange seeing the moon upside down as opposed to the northern hemisphere.
Got my update, thanks Adobe!
Gravy on gravy.
olakiril2: good luck nikon and zeiss. You will need it.
I put my Sigma lens on a Nikon body. It's win/win. No luck needed.
Any doubts the 85mm is next for a replace? I'm in.
I already have a 50mm so getting the 85 1.4 seems much more logical.
Carlos Loff: Nikon - Cut the crap and show us what you can do on a D400, so tired of waiting
Nikon has many great camera bodies to choose from, why do you want a fictional one?
What a cute camera, it matches my hat.
Just got my update. Thanks Adobe!
Makes me kinda wish I owned a crop sensor Nikon.
Looks like the D610 was the smarter choice after all.
This deal is so good I signed up twice.
PC Wheeler: $120 a year? I'll pass.
Not a bad price.