When I shot this photo, conditions were quite poor. Light was low, it even started to rain. The deer is in an enclosure. Luckily there is no fence in the photo. I have an old but very decent Nikon Zoom (80 ... 200 mm, 2.8 the whole range, but without VR) which I used at a focal length of 200 mm and an aperture of 2.8. My arms rested on top of the fence just to avoid any move of the camera (I had no tripod with me). My body height (1.80 m) was barely enough for the height of the fence, I had to stay... continue reading
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There seems to be several important milestones when starting with Microstock Photography:- first photo accepted- first photo sold / downloaded- first 100 photos on-line- first 100$ of revenues- .....But what is even more important than the magic number 100: there is always opportunity to become a better photographer.Here is my photo number 104 in DS:It shows the telecommunication tower at Ulm, Eselsberg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany at sunset. I took this photo out... continue reading
For much of my life I had been a hobby photographer. Until mid of 2007 I was using old style analogue films with my Nikon D90X. But then we decided to visit the relatives of my wife in China. I thought, it is now high time to switch to digital photography. And I bought a Nikon D200. This way I could continue to use my Nikon lenses.It took me more than a week to study the camera's manual and another book about the D200. Slowly I began to recognize that digital photography needs quite a bit more... continue reading
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