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Some sunrise pics in the snow

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by technics100, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. technics100

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    Some pics I took this morning. I was trying out my new tripod and filters.. comments welcome.

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  3. Simon66

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    :cool: some very arty shots. Nice.
     
  4. FactionOne

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    Nice work! :thumbsup:

    Come on then... Kitlist... What were the new additions? :)

    Regards,

    Rob.
     
  5. technics100

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    Kit List is as follows.

    Nikon D70
    Lens - Nikon 18-70mm, Nikon 50mm f/1.8, Sigma 28-300mm
    Using Cokin filter system with ND4 and ND light grad filters and also a Hoya circ polarising filter.
    Kenro Tripod.

    Most shots were taken with the 18-70mm, the footprints railings etc were taken with the 50mm lens...

    Going to New York in April, so will be getting a D80 and a 18-200mm VR2 nikon lens..
     
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    Eeef Lord of War

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    How do you rate the Nikon 50mm prime? Considering getting the 1.4 version myself.
     
  7. technics100

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    The 50mm prime overall is very good. Its very sharp and is good at f/1.8 so I'm sure the f1.4 is even better... for a £50 lens its hard to beat.. It makes you think about your photos more as you can't just zoom in and out... hope that is of some use..
     
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    grathies More Points Than Portsmouth FC

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    Reebok Classics?
     
  9. technics100

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    Cheers, the depth of field on the 50mm nikon lens is super, makes it easy to play with..
     

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