Going to San Fran for a college course during this summer. I need a new bag and have a few questions.
Should I get a battery grip and more batteries? I already have some 6 SD cards. (Phone, Tablet, Etc all use the same thing :3)
If so is it ok to buy off-brand batteries and grips?
Hey everyone, with the recent purchase of my Sigma 70-200 2.8 I found out something. When going to head off to my high school to get in some practice with the new lens (sports) I found it doesn't fit in my camera bag. So what is a good bag to get that can fit that lens while on the body? I would...
Hey guys, long time so see. Anyway I was wondering if I should pick up a sigma 70-200 2.8 before it becomes 150 dollars more.
What I have now.
-35 and 50 1.8
EDIT: If anyone could chime in on the Nikkor 70-200 2.8 VR vs Sigma 70-200 HSM II (Non OS...
I'm back after a while of hard work (got a job) and trying to advance my skills in photography. So after the entire summer of work and several side job I finally have some coin to get a great setup. (see my last thread)
So I have 2 options.
1) 70-200 2.8 Sigma (the 800 dollar one)...
I know this is extremely subjective but I'm just gonna throw it out there to get peoples opinions.
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II
Kit 2 -
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
I'm building a shopping cart on BH photo right now and am looking for a medium range fast zoom. I was looking at the 24-70mm 2.8 as it fit the bill because of the range and speed, but it doesn't seem to have weather sealing.
What lens around this focal length does?
I have a D90 right now and have enough to buy a brand new D300s, what I'm wondering is, is it worth it? Or should I wait to see if nikon updates their line up or even just skip the D300s and save up a bit more and get the D700? Thanks.
I just got CS5 and was playing around, remembering the content aware fill option I turned it on and was playing with it. I loved this picture but that fence behind it ruined it for me, otherwise that fence would have been a PAIN to remove because it was out of focus thusly making it look bigger...
I've been looking into long and somewhat fast lenses for various reasons. I cam upon this lens 100-300mm F4 EX DG APO HSM made by Sigma. From what i have read it is pretty good and for the price tag of only 1k I think it fits the bill. Anyone have any idea if this is a good lens?
Hey everyone I'm in the market for a new lens and as I want to shoot sports I've been looking into 70-200 lenses. Any recommendations? I'd buy either sigma or Nikon made lenses. Thanks all. If you have any you could post a sample pic you've taken with it, that would help a load. Thanks all.
I'll let the photo speak for its-self....
More pictures from the tulip festival will be up later.
Ok, for those who want a background. This girl was just standing there like that, for around 30 minutes, looking at those flowers with a sad/blank look on her face.... :(
I personally think CC threads should have a CC embedded code that makes it where you have to have at least 200 posts before you post. Because while there are some exceptions there are just too many noobs screaming "snapshot" or another idiotic pointless and nonsensical reason.
I am looking to get a wide angle landscape lens as I love landscape photography. So I have a few questions.
Is a "fast" aperture important in this type of photography?
What lens would you suggest?
I only ask this after google searching and looking for my d90 manual, but I can only find the Spanish one -.- So on the light meter what does it mean when it isn't there? What does it mean when it is blinking? etc. Just whatever info you can give would be great. Thanks :)