Gramar

Gramar

Lives in United Kingdom Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom
Works as a Retired
Joined on Nov 20, 2012

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  • I had several. DA 18-55 ALII DA 18-55mm AL WR DA 18-135mm ED AL WR DA 50mm f/1.8 DA50-200mm ED M 50 f/1.7 M 135 f/3.5 M 75-150 f/4
  • Created user review thread Loving my new Nikon D3500
    After many years using the Pentax DSLR system I’ve sold it all and moved to Nikon in November 2020. I tried a D300 out a last summer and enjoyed it so decided to take the plunge and have bought ...
  • When I go out intending to take photographs I carry one or both of my cameras and use them as required. When I do not carry cameras and a photo opportunity arises I use my smartphone which I ...
  • In my opinion the best camera I've ever bought. I still own a couple of older point and shoots plus a newly purchased Nikon D3500. Previously I have owned Pentax - K100D, K-30 and K-70. I bought ...
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Angel Hotel Bury St Edmunds Suffolk UK: An inn has stood on this site since medieval times. The current building dates from around 1780. It was one of the main coaching inns for coaches to London and other Charles Dickens ‘the prolific author of many now classic stories, often stayed at the hotel when in the area.
  • Replied in New to Nikon
    I too was impressed with the D300 such that I have my eye on one now that has only taken 5200 images and possibly a mint condition use 16-85 to go with it but I'm still pondering whether to take ...
  • Replied in New to Nikon
    Thanks 8675309 your feedback is appreciated. Back in the early 90's when I only used film I owned a Nikon FG with 28 and 50 mm Nikkor lens plus a wonderful Vivitar series 1 70-210.
  • Created discussion thread New to Nikon
    After years using the Pentax DSLR system I’ve moved to Nikon. I tried a D300 out a couple months back and enjoyed it so decided to take the plunge and have bought myself a D3500 and twin lens kit ...
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    Robin redbreast: Robin in the wild
Location: Lackford Lakes, Suffolk, England
  • Added 5 photos to their gallery
    Inside St Johns Cathedral Valetta: The "Flying Millyard": St Edmundsbury Cathedral: Anglesey Abbey: Sunflower: Photographed in my garden
  • I took the cropped image below on my RX100 Mk1 three years ago. It was summer, the light was good. I stood about 20 feet away. Peacock photographed at Wyken Hall Suffolk UK
  • Just checked the settings again on th camera and sybersitizen if you look carefully at the image again there IS a picture effect setting - HDR painting low. I think it's this setting that makes my ...
  • sybersitizen Well spotted. I remember now experimenting with in camera HDR settings and then moving away to where I’m at now with my own customised settings. Until I read your post and checked the ...
  • Jerry, I prefer the first image where the blown highlights are addressed but I agree the out of camera image is very good too.
  • Mike, I too was surprised by how the river photo came out but I can assure it 's not a table top model. I took the photo from a boat travelling up the river.
  • Thanks everyone for your input and to answer all the questions ---- I set up a programme in the memory recall  (see photo below) and used Photoshop Express to alter the resulting images to my ...
  • In 2010 I bought my first DSLR, a Pentax K100D. Upgraded to a K-30 in 2012 and in 2019 upgraded again to a K-70.  I bought a version 1 RX100 in 2016. All were bought new. By mid 2019 I was using ...
  • Created discussion thread HDR Photography
    For a number of years I used one camera, a Pentax DSLR. In 2016 I bought a version 1 RX100 and as I grew to love it more and more I finally sold my Pentax gear in 2019. I find the 100 can do ...
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