The Nikon D810 is the second generation of Nikon’s D800 line and brings some great improvements over the original D800/800e series. The new sensor’s improved low light performance combined with the lack of a low pass filter give sharp crisp images, and the overall function of the camera has been sped up and refined over the D800.The D810 is my go to camera for just about every situation, from food and product photography, to portraits, landscapes and photo journalism, the D810 performs.The beauty... continue reading
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Dear Dreamstimers,I would like to share my experience with new full frame flaghsip from Nikon, model D850. To be honest, full frame isn't my "weapon of choice" due to its price level, weight and size - and it counts lenses also. As almost everyday user of APS-C format DSLR and occasional user of Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras i was of course curious where full format is heading. I mentioned tough battle between APS-C and Micro Four Thirds in my previous blog about new mirrorless flagship... continue reading
This blog is a remembrance and a tribute to my Nikon D60 DSLR. It should be the last camera with a CCD sensor before Nikon introduces the CMOS sensor to their newer DSLR models. Although the low light high ISO performance of this Nikon model wasn't superb and as an entry level DSLR, the functions of the body is still worthy and good enough for the average amateur photographer. User access and control menus are easy to use. The color of the photos taken from this cam was superb with natural and... continue reading
In times past i've bought older technology because it was at a more reasonable price.Way back when I was young and single it was never the issue; but family costs come first. I started my DSLR and stock photography images using a Canon 400D which I purchased at a very reasonable price..This Canon gave me an introduction to DSLR and I enjoyed using it. I wanted something a bit more up to date and managed to get a store demo model of a Panasonic G6(before the G7); again at a very reasonable... continue reading
I just want to introduce myself, my name is Vladimir Maksimovic Max here in Japan called me Makusan. I'm a very passionate photographer and i do this profesional and as hoby some 17 years.While I lived in Serbia where I come from, I worked as Photojournalist for many newspapers, the first job was in the Belgrade City Assembly in 1999. Here I began to gain more knowledge about photography and photojournalism. Some few years later i began to work as a laboratory assistant in the Color photo lab... continue reading
So happy with my Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro has-made a number of photo shoots in different environments and this is freehand, and I'm amazed at how well I have been with this amazing lens is an affordable lens .Well worth taking a look at, to be an interesting summer with a lot of macro photography. Flowers and insects, best regards Tommy Hammarsten 2016 continue reading
Last week I got a 60mm macro lens for my Nikon d5200. I wrote on the message board and got some helpful comments so thank you for those. It took me a while to get used to how to get the best results and I am sure I have much to learn but I a quite pleased with my first results. So now I would like to document my journey with my lens... and get some tips.I am really amazed that the first two photos I uploaded (more as a trial) actually got accepted so I am very happy. These are just... continue reading
Some time has passed and finally i got up to 200 sales! The anniversary photo was with senior couple and I can't tell about this great couple! Even they are seniors they are full of live and full of love for each other!It was a great pleasure to work with them!!! Now uploading more and more, already almost 1200 files online and sales became faster! Happy for that. And now i will start to shoot with new inspiration! Finally new camera arrived! Finally I've got my dream - Nikon D750! Some in some... continue reading
So, I bought my Nikon AF 50 mm F/1.8 for about six or seven months ago and I can't begin to tell you how impressed I am of its performance. It is absolutely incredible and wherever my camera goes, it goes!Reasons?1) Sharpness - The sharpness of a zoom lens is nothing compared to the one of a prime lens. It is wonderful!2) Bokeh - An absolutely stunning bokeh will be at your disposal.3) Price - For about 180 dollars you can get this outstanding lens which is nothing compared to the prices... continue reading
You've worked hard and saved your money to the best of your ability. You have a nice camera and good lenses. But before you upload them to Dreamstime or even show them to your friends, you want to make some small corrections for color, contrast, cropping etc. But photo software can bust an already strained budget. What's the poor but dedicated photographer to do?Photoshop, the incredibly powerful and useful software package, is really expensive and now, if you want it, you have to subscribe to... continue reading
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