A couple of D800 photos from London

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ianbramham Veteran Member • Posts: 4,316
A couple of D800 photos from London

I've only had my D800 for a week or so but was in London on Friday which was a great opportunity to try it out. I managed to get a couple of shots that I was pleased with - one is handheld at iso 6400 and the other is a long exposure tripod mounted photo using 16 stops of nd filter, mirror-up and a cable release.

I was really pleased with the way the camera performed.

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"Into the Light"
16-35vr lens handheld at f4; 1/40th; 35mm; iso6400

Photographed at the Tate Modern art gallery this is a shot of members of the public walking through a light and music exhibit by the artist Lis Rhodes

"Battersea Power Station"
The famous 1930s era power station on the banks of the River Thames in SW London
16-35vr lens at 32mm; 2 minute exposure at iso 100 and f8.

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