Announced Sep 15, 2010 •
16 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello, I have been a photographer for a while but only recently I decided to expand my horizons and try to grow a business. I do location shoots only, I do not have a studio I am solo photographer. I edit using Photoshop 6. I have done weddings, family, animals, maternity and children. I do not limit my self on what type of photos I take I am open to all ideas. I use a Nikon D7000. Southern California based, willing to travel within reason. The Clients I do have receive thumb drives with...
Hi everyone, Just want to pose a quick question - when I shoot a bright object against a dark background, I sometimes get a halo (see pix below) on the subject. This photo was shot with a Nikon D7000 and the 70-300mm VR lens. No filters were used on the lens. Shutter speed and apeture were set manually with auto ISO. Is there something wrong with my equipment or technique? What is causing the halo on the top edge of the aircraft? --Regards,flee
Received my Black Friday D7000 this week and it's a remarkable camera in every way...but the one thing I noticed is how sensitive the shutter release is in comparison to my D5100. I have to take care when I press the shutter release button to focus the camera or it fires off an exposure. This is something I've never noticed before with other D7000/D7100s that I've shot before and my D5100 never seemed to have an especially heavy shutter release button in comparison to other D5100/D5200s...
The Following letter(?) was written to a photographer friend of mine. I thought to ask the same here. I'm wishing to buy a camera & expected your comments. I've been reading reviews at dpreview & cnet, for that matter. Though I've narrowed down my choices, still can't decide on a couple of things. It would be nice & helpful, if you could shed some thoughts. I'm not the most serious photographer, rather a enthusiastic, who wish to do photography casually & occasionally. I'm architect. So, a...
I shoot with an A77. I always assumed (probably mistakenly) that since my SAL-18250 lens was created for a crop sensor camera, the lengths (18 to 250mm) were proportional for a crop sensor. In other words, I assumed I was seeing 18-250mm on my A77. When used on an A77, is my SAL-18250 really more like 28-375? I'm considering getting an A7 with the kit lens. I feel ridiculous having to ask this question, but... since the kit lens is 28-70mm, and since I've only ever shot with cropped sensors...
First off, thanks to everyone else who has posted questions and answers. I've scrolled through page after page and figured out quite a bit. I just picked up a Nikon D7000, before that I had a D40, and before that I had an F3. Never really used the D40 for anythinig but a really big point n shoot. Tried taking some "portraits" and they stunk, the light stunk. So now I am wanting to learn and experiment with lighting a bit. In my arsenal I have the D7000, 33mm 1.8, 55-200mm 4-5.6, 18-105mm...
Hi all, I'm looking to buy two monolights to do some product and model/fashion photography for my wife's web business. The products range from earrings to large purses and the model/fashion shots are 1/2 to 3/4 body shots (i.e. knees up to below the head). My photography space is 15' long by about 10' wide with 8-12' ceilings (cathedral ceiling in the room). I'm shooting with a D7000. I've been looking at flashpoint monolights because they seem to be the best value for the money. My...
Ive been taking photos at gigs and plays since I was 18 and clutching a slightly battered second hand 20D. After years of strangling photos out of DSLRs I find myself being...well picky. Currently I have a D7000 which I love but does struggle a bit in low light [that old Nikon AF Assist light stays off lest I blind my subjects]. Its also very heavy with a 70-200 F2.8 clutched for up to five hours during a rehersal. To say the least, I'm ready for a change. So I'm throwing the question open:...
Hello, I'm got a Nikon D7000 + Nikon 14-24 f/2.8 and Nikon SB-910 for jobs taking pictures from people and group of people in Nightclubs where the lights are usually really low and there is no way I could take pictures without flash. I know my equipment is good enough for pictures like that, but I would like to know other kinds of illumination that are used to do this kind of photography instead of a speedlight flash. Could anyone help me? Is Light Ring suitable for this kind of photography,...