I'm not bothering to click on the links in this thread, so idk what you've used flash for...but for a photo website, i would assume some sort of slide show...one pic fading to the next etc...
tell 'em to **** off.
you wanted to keep it simple (cheap), and they wanted extravagance. were YOU at fault for the wedding cancelation? no? well then i guess it's their problem.
as far as the equipment you purchased...if it's still within the return policy window, problem solved. if...
I can't speak for the 5100 grip, but i got their grip fro the D90 a few months ago...and it's holding up like a champ. stays snug to the body...never came loose at all. shutter button and af lock buttons still function flawlessly.
so i stand by the brand, and would purchase again. :thumbup:
I would normally assume it's me too...who knows...maybe it is, and I'll just get a good cleaning out of this. lol
But I KNOW I'm putting the focal point on the eyes...IDK...I'm shooting up into the 4.5 range too and I get the same issue.
As an example, I was taking a picture of my kid on the...
#3 is your best of the bunch! nice shot.
Not digging the softness of 1 (too much glamour glow?), and the fake blurred vignette thing on #4 (fence in #4 also not desirable).
Frame #3. it's a winner. (maybe convert to BW?)
Packed up my D90 to be sent out for a checkup.
It seems to be backfocusing a LOT (and I've missed one too many good shots because of it). Initially I had heard that this was, more often than not, a function of the lens...but after testing it on 3 of my lenses, I am thinking it...
do a search on this forum...there was a thread not too long ago about taking your gear everywhere you go...lots of great stuff in there. :D
edit - even did the legwork for ya
Agreed. I wouldn't touch that for 1200. I recently got a refurbed D90 from Cameta with 600 actuations for $649. Thing was cherry. 1 year warranty, all documentation and cables. Do something similar and add a 50mm 1.8 and maybe even an 18-55 vr and you'd be in better shape IMO.