I guess I should have read better and realized that it was not his photo....
Cheers and moving on....Good luck.
Sorry...now I see it was not his photo....my bad...you are correct
What??? he said it was OK to edit his photos??... Look at his profile??
Lets see who shot what this weekend and who can outdue who?
It has to be shot from Friday to Sunday!
I will start:...Please add yours!!
Both are great and very different lenses. Speaking from experience you will probably get more use out of the 24-70... I own the fantastic Nikon 85...
My two top suggestions are the Nikkor 60mm f/2.8 (500.00) or the Nikkor 105 f/2.8 (around 900.00)
They are both fantastic lenses.
Great question.... I have been into photography for years and have a ton to learn... I do not think it is something anyone can master.... I have...
Thank you both so very much for your kind words.
Here is another that I kinda liked.
The nesting birds are back in South Florida:mrgreen:
I shot these this morning with My Nikon D700 and my Nikkor 300mm f/4.0 AF-S lens
Shot at a local Avery.
I am editing so I will add more.
Comments and suggestions welcome.
I own and love both...... Honestly they are both fantastic cameras... The big difference is the D700 is FF and is a huge benefit if you are...
I have the Tamrac cyberbag express as my travel bag.
I love it. It holds my D700 with battery grip, D300, D200 IR, SB-800 speed flash, Nikon...
Nice job... I like #6 a lot....I like the PP too...I would be a little more careful with the background settings though.... This series leaves the...
Fantastic!!! I always wanted to drive up there from South Florida to shoot it.
I heard it was tough to get close though?
How far were you away...
Thanks for the comments.... No I did not use any noise software... I do not really like them because it effect detail IMO
These were taken with...
It looks like it was taken from the top of the rock?
Ahhhh...very nice rendition of the view from Watson Island.
Great job, Joe
Yep... I wanted honest critique and I was just being honest in the version that I posted... I guess where I went wrong is a should have re-edited...
Thanks ...what you are seeing is the "print version"... most that do a lot of printing know about sharpening...and what you have to do with it to...
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