I posted this problem a while back, but now it's really getting to me. Basically, I bought a new D7000 last week, and have since been bugged about the LCD displaying a wrong color for my photos:
The photos look fine on my mac.
The photos have a noticeable green cast/over...
Quick question regarding the D7000: has anyone with it experienced a greenish hue on every photo when viewing from the LCD? I initially thought this was a white balance problem and asked that question accordingly, but it seems that when the photos go into lightroom on my mac, the...
Hey guys, when I shoot with my D7000, the color seems to go on the green side, whatever white balance i use (even with custom settings). this is especially noticeable indoors with fluorescent lights.
what can i do?
I got this awesome 105mm micro nikkor yesterday, and I just realized: apparently the first ones sold were made in Japan and were metal constructed? Mine is made in China, and I couldn't find out if they were metal or not. Also, is this lens weather sealed, regardless of metal or...
So i just got the nikon 105mm micro. Wonderful lens i must say! just one quick question: why does the max aperture of 2.8 stop down to 4 as i focus closer up? and if it has something to do with the lens' IF construction then im okay with it, but even when i just focus at a bit...
I'm going to be getting a Nikon D7000 most likely to replace my oly e-620, but I don't really like its 18-105mm kit lens. I think i'll be getting a 50mm prime and the 105mm micro for starts, then see what happens later for other lenses.
How is the 105mm micro? From what i read and...
I'm trying to decide between getting a Canon 7D or a Nikon D7000. In my opinion, they are both capable cameras, so I'm trying to decide by seeing the choice of lenses I could get.
The first Lenses I will be getting are:
50mm f1.8 Prime
100mm Macro (if canon) or 105mm Micro (if...
Is it ever good to be back here! Last time I posted something was in January; just been so busy with everything.
Anyway, went out for a snapshot today just to have some fun with my camera, and I ended up surprisingly pleased with this shot; there was some really strong wind, and...
so my current school assignment is to take some portraits. we are provided with 1 white backdrop and 1 flimsy studio light, and i guess we play around with it. we aren't expected to do anything like a shadowless background or anything, but I do extra stuff outside of class and have...
Hey guys, im trying to do some macro stills of water droplets (high speed isn't for me as of yet xD)
but whenever i get a water droplet on to a surface, they dont cohere really well; they spread out and form a sort of flattened surface. i've seen some photos and those people seem to get the...
hey guys. so, i have to take a photo of "something very ironic" for a school project. It really doesn't pass by me everyday to see something like that, so I was thinking of staging something.
any ideas for ironic photos?