My first attempt at this post failed to get posted properly for some reason (despite "draft saved").
I have a D500 with a 14-24mm f/2.8 and an SB-700 in TTL mode and trying to figure out the best way to navigate environments with very low light.
This picture was taken in manual at f/4 ISO 1250...
Taken shortly after sunrise on a fall morning in the mountain. I purposely played around with DoF to try and get one or two of the grasses tack sharp and the rest of the scene faded..
Shot on D850 w/ 24-70 2.8 @ f/4.
Processed and cropped in LR/PS.
Okay....I'm 25 yo and have been running a successful photography business for a year and 6 mo now. I'm located in south Alabama, so Hey Y'all!! Ha! I have really dove off into newborn sessions, specifically, as they are my favorite. There's a couple things I would like you...
Hi, I'm hoping to take a few portrait pictures today with my D500 and the 24-70mm lens. I expect to shoot at either f2.8 or f3.2 and trying to determine where I should stand with respect to where the subject should stand to get the best picture and blur the background (trees/greenery). There is...
I may not be looking toward the white stuff that always seems to fall after this season but I can't deny the beauty that the autumn season has.
Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR @ 200mm
1/500th, f/5.6, ISO 360
Hi all, looking for some help getting better product shots at work please - I am a keen amateur photography and made the mistake of volunteering to help out in my new job getting their catalog and web presence up to speed!
I am use a Nikon D5300 with 18-55 kit lens and two 500w GODOX LED Panels...
I will try to upload one photo I took each day for one month.
I tried to follow all of your advice from now. Finding an interesting subject, playing with focus to add strenght to my main subject.
What do you think about this one ?
Is it possible to get the same depth of field with different lens? Let say If I want to get as shallow DOF as a 50mm can do at f1.8, but I only have a 24-105mm f4, so I zoom in to 105mm @ f4, will the DOF be the same like the 50mm @ f1.8? There might be a perspective compression difference but...