I have a Nikon D40.....with that honk” of a lens I’m bound to look professional ;)!!!
Does it make a "goood" cup of tea;(!!!
Quite an impressive camera..........but I like the car............better ;)!
Just heard from Nikon Japan, that there is going to be a firmware to improve the high iso performance, as it is not on-pair with other current high iso cameras’Unexcitable for professional use, those of us that have been in this business know what is good and what would be acceptable.Amateurs have a problem in seeing what can be done using a more acceptably iso, .too get the shot.
If photography is your sole income….I would never shoot at this high of an iso…they look as if they were shot with a point and shoot….I never had a problem when I shot film not matter the lighting I always got the shot….this high iso nonsense is so over blown.
This app is not FREE...in order to be fully functional you have to pay up to 6 bucks...and $0.99 for each filter or preset features ;)-
If the Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT & Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RTRT work ;) - I'll replace all my pocket wizards’ flextt5's
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Samsung...Are another alternative to those you have not set on a particular brand ;)-http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/sd-cards
Great article:I’ll pass this onto my son Leon…. Photoshop editor @ desimonephotography ;)
Very nicely done with a different prospective view ;)
Great break down on very worthy lighting equipment…I started photography a long time ago and I used Norman 2000 watts packs and now I use Hensel lighting for the last 10 years. Work great in the studio and location.
Very nice......regardless has a lot of meaning.;)!!!!Mike.
I’ve used ACDsee since its inception, and it’s a very well put together editing program, for certain applications; just don’t expect it to do everything as good as adobe creative suite 5.5 design premium.
This is a good App’ like many others…… as it gets people to share’ and communicate…which is lacking unfortunately......in a good way ;)!