franco montana: y are the middle ground and sky blurred?
I reckon that the camera focus is on the tree in the upper left corner rather then the 'background'. Still a nice picture though :)
Very nice Pierre. You captured a lot of great emotions in those pictures. Whenever I shoot concerts I mostly get awkward faces in stead of awesome ones like the ones you captured. Great idea to put your camera on your camera.
Can I ask which lens you used? You seem to get decent tele-zoom and wide-angle. Did you also use manual mode on your camera? A few tips on used equipment and settings are always welcome because I really like the looks of your photo's. Thanks!
Craig49: My D7000 suffers from Mirror 'slap' at low shutter speeds which I sometimes forget about to the detriment of my pictures.
Will that still be a 'feature' of the 7100?
I am wondering as well. The D7100 doesn't make me want to replace my D7000, but if the mirror slap is significantly reduced (like on the D600: http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3271751#forum-post-42565678 ) it would be worth a second thought.
I'ts about capturing the moment isn't it? This person nailed it :)
Nice to see what the D50's got :)
Very very impressive I'm proud :) I've tried this many times as well but all failed :( Nice going ^^