If it's not broken, why fix it?
Maybe you should send your ears to Nikon for service. Never mind....You can't be without them for that long. Don't feel bad. It has happened to the best of us.
Is the lens set to auto instead of manual? Is the camera set to auto instead of manual? If both of those switches (located left side of lens and left side of camera near lens) are in the auto...
This is my first attempt at stained glass. The church that these are in was built in 1897 and is on the Register of Historic Places.
Had kind of the same thing happen to me. It turned out that the card reader had gone bad. Might try another download of the same photo with a different card reader.
It will be interesting to see what America's expert of experts (Ken Rockwell) has to say about it....
Taken at Chesterfield, ID ghost town, 11-15-2008
I use a strap similar to this on my D90. Works for me.http://products.lowepro.com/product/Voyager-C,2075,41.htm
#2 and #3 are the best. That is an interesting tree in shot #2.
It's definitely not summer here in Idaho, but at least the days are starting to get longer.
Placed 41st in the challenge.
Shot through the windshield in a hurry didn't help much either.
I don't claim to be a professional. You obviously must be.....
My 70-300 serves me pretty well.
It it's not broken, why fix it?
I like #3 the best. #4 would have been better if the branch growing from the rear of the elk could have been eliminated.
You could also use a polarizer filter. That could help.
Makes me miss the 'good ole days' of film even more.
"You cannot always remain a witness, above and removed from the story you are covering. There are some events which demand your participation. The battle of Landing Zone XRay was one such event in...