If you can get close enough- 85mm f/1.8 should be nice.
Or in the alternative... ;)
You are limited by 4 things:
1. widest aperture setting available for your lens (wider is better)
2. low-light abilities of your sensor
Cropped, reduced noise, used select tool on dog then inverted to get all except the dog and removed weird color artifacts and blurred a bit, then...
Thanks! It was a blast- I really love these challenges just to see all of the creative interpretations that roll in! It's always amazing.
D610 wins this shootout: Compare the Nikon D610 vs the Nikon D800
D800 wins this shootout: Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800 Detailed Comparison
Another one. Shame about that broken horn...
Apparently, Peeb's photo quality exceeds the work of professionals.
(Pats self on back and saunters off smugly)...
For full image: Buffalo after the snow
BTW- that shutter speed setting was purely an oversight on my part and not discovered until too late. For example, this shot of a redtail hawk...
I guess VR bailed me out, as the zoom was at 210mm and I accidentally had the shutter on 1/30. This is NOT the optimal shutter speed for my...
No ratio here: Golden = 100%
Took me a day or two to get it- ha ha!
Shoot test shots in M, then intentionally overexpose to see what happens. I’m curious to see if it only manifests in blown out areas
Took me awhile to find it. After opening the crop tool, you press the letter O, and then you can access a drop-down menu to use different overlays.
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