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From My D800

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by myvinyl333, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. myvinyl333

    myvinyl333 TPF Noob!

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    I have not used the D800 much, actually only a few times. I mostly do concert photography, but I am practicing in other environments. I am not an accomplished photographer, and would like to get some advice on what I could of done to improve my shots. Any advice will help me as I head forward. Your C&C is much appreciated.

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    ISO 100 26 MM F/5.0 1/500 SEC


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    ISO 160 70 mm f/14 1/125 A mode

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    SO 2000 70mm f/2.8 1/320 sec Manual mode

    Lens used in all of the above is the Nikon 24-70
     
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  2. gsgary

    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like the first one, but the last one is not great looks worse than what a D40 with a very cheap lens would take
     
  3. myvinyl333

    myvinyl333 TPF Noob!

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    I apologize for not adding more information to my post. I had read a post here that stated the less said the better, then I read " How to structure your posts to get critiques on your work"





     

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