My facebook page is giving away a copy of Understanding Exposure 3rd Edition by Bryan Peterson. Click the link and it'll take you to where you can sign up. You don't have to like the page or share it on your wall to enter, although it will ask you to do both.
This is a great book for...
I went out last night to shoot some of the moon and unfortunately right as I went out clouds started rolling in. I was able to get one shot off, and then started focusing on the pond. This was my first time doing really slow shutter speeds and it was super dark, so I had to do all the focusing...
It's just for fun, so no pressure on me, which is good because I'm not at that level yet, but I have a few questions. It will either be completely indoors or partially covered, but it is lighted, but I know for a fact that I won't be able to set up a tripod or an OCF. My main question is what...
I'm going to be photographing an event at a dog show this coming weekend and I want to let people be able to buy them off my site if they so choose. What would you guys recommend that I use to allow this?
Pictures of my Sheltie, Biscuit. And yes, I know I need to iron the background, but I don't have one yet.
Both were taken at ISO 200, 1/25 @ f/1.8. OCF at about 45 degrees from him on my right side. 45 degree angle bouncing off of a white ceiling.
So far I'm really liking this...
It was a little bit late getting here, but it's here. It was supposed to be here on Friday but it got delayed. Unboxed my brand new 50mm f/1.8 today. It's not AF with my camera, but that's fine. I'll be posting up some pictures tomorrow. Gonna try to get some shots of my daughter.
Took these inside at my mother in laws house. I wanted to get outside but it was raining, and we all know what rain does to cameras...LoL. Anyway, I decided to experiment with OCF for the first time, so I'd really like some C&C on what I could do better with the flash, but C&C in general would...
An ex coworker of mine gave my name out to a friend of hers and now she wants me to do some family portraits for her. Right now, all I have are my 18-55 and 70-300. What's a good lens that I could get? I have a D5000 and I will be working outside. Oh, and fairly cheap would be nice.
I had a cheap tripod that I got way back with my very first camera and it finally broke. It was a 40 dollar one from Sony. Anyway, looking to get a new one and wanted some recommendations. Have about a 200 dollar budget.
I just received my extension tubes, so I thought I would try them out on some coins. I am using my tripod and my remote shutter release. Everything looks perfectly in focus through the viewfinder, but when I view the final picture it looks OOF. Is it the lighting? Could it be shutter...
Took these last night.
1/30 sec at f / 4.2
1/60 sec at f / 5.6
1/60 sec at f / 5.6
1/60 sec at f / 5.3
I know they have red eye. I haven't done any PP yet.
Just took this. This is my 5 month old daughter after she just polished off some sweet potatoes. Yes, she actually did get some to eat...Anyway, I was wondering what some tips would be to make this more than just a "snapshot". Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Is the SB-400 Speedlight a good flash? I was looking at the SB-600 but it's just a little bit out of my budget at the time. Would the SB-400 be a good substitute or should I save up a bit more and get the SB-600?