What is the difference between AF-S, AF-D and AF
and what do they mean, I've forgotten and cant seem to find the answer.
I just wanna make sure I have this right.
it is better the save a photo that you have been working on at the highest color bit?
I like the heavy grain, but what is the emergency? the light pole seems like an arrow pointing at the person walking by. is that the emergency?
alright, I must have missed that, that would explain the price difference! I'm a genious.
isn't that a dx only lens? i forget
those two lences are very wide and a pretty penny, but what exactly would you use them for? what do you normally shoot? niche?
I understand that the new Nikon D700 is an updated model of the D300 that was released in 2007, however the specs and capabilities of the two...
the manual has a graph explaining this. it's normal unfortunately.
I was disappointed as well when I got my 60mm 2.8 and 105mm 2.8;
I like it, maybe a touch more contrast, but it defintley is interesting.
if I may suggest a smaller aperture.
some of them however I feel would be better if they were black and white.
it looks like this was taken on matrix metering?
the reason i comment on that is because the top end of the picture is almost blownout and takes...
in my opinion, composition is not equal, makes you dart back and forth to absorb the image. may I suggest a tad bit of saturation?
dull it down a...
1st is wonderful, reminds me of a population...that it is a sad 'population' (people, economy...)
first one is a keeper though... the green...
A. Hitchcooks Birds!
I would find it more apealing in my opinion if it were black and white with a little bit more contrast (almost grainy)
she looks lonely and love...
and yeah, welcome to the forums!!!
I don't think it has one.
you might have to do it manually, take a reading of the sky (mid-tone during the day, or find a mid-tone)...
second picture! just alone... captured well!
to me it's too blown out, higher f/ stop and/or shutterspeed I would agree
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