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60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1197 10 Apr 2011 at 6.14pm  0  Login    Register
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Impressive snake shot, the night sky shots are real difficult to do justice to. Tried loads of time but never managed one that looked as good as the real thing. I am a huge fan of the atmospheric dusk shot but never seem to get them spot on. I usually cheat and Photoshop a day shot
All-On-Black
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All-On-Black
   Old Thread  #1196 10 Apr 2011 at 12.24pm  0  Login    Register
A few of my most recent shots from France and the UK..













Thoughts very welcome!

mike81
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   Old Thread  #1195 10 Apr 2011 at 11.34am  0  Login    Register
I have a Fuji film S9600 and I'm after a good polarized lens. Any recommendations appreciated

Not bothered on the cost.

Thanks in advance.

Mike
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1194 7 Apr 2011 at 11.43pm  0  Login    Register
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Useful advice mate, could not ad anything to it
ev
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ev
   Old Thread  #1193 7 Apr 2011 at 11.10pm  0  Login    Register
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well it depends

has she had a camera before? is she thinking of going further with it??

if she is keen i would plump for a prosumer slr to start with even second hand, one that has a auto setting but one that will allow manual or program over ride

stick with nikon or canon and she will be able to grow the system and move up to a better camera if she takes to it

a nikon d40x, d80 , d40, or newer with a medium compact zoom kit lens or a canon 350, 400 with again a kit lens

have a look at used specialists like ffordes photographic or mifsuds they have a good range of used or new

with a good reputation

thats my opinion, i had a slr from the age of 10 so i think with all the help and info on the web these days she will get more out of a good used dslr and will see better results with one imho

good luck
divedemon69
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   Old Thread  #1192 7 Apr 2011 at 7.47pm  0  Login    Register
looking for some advice please guys!...my youngest daughter has taken a biot of an interest in photography and i am looking to get a camera for her.have had a quick look on ebay but not really that sure what i'm looking at!.she's just turned 15 so dont want to spend a fortune (you know how clumsy they are).which would anyone recommend between a fuji finepix s5500 and the fuji finepix s1000fd?
thanks all!.
petethecrip
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   Old Thread  #1191 7 Apr 2011 at 5.20pm  0  Login    Register
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petethecrip
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   Old Thread  #1190 7 Apr 2011 at 5.19pm  0  Login    Register
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Photobucket another one of my favorite places
ev
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ev
   Old Thread  #1189 7 Apr 2011 at 1.55pm  0  Login    Register
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No worries Ken , thanks for the comments , d700 is a stunning camera if you don't need the crop factor full frame for me , looking at longer glass for my wildlife stuff v new crop body will wait till later half of he year see what nikon will lunch

Still not sure about the feel of the d7000 , not bad with the grip mind



KenTownley
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   Old Thread  #1188 7 Apr 2011 at 11.08am  0  Login    Register
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Many thanks, Jason. Top pix
ev
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ev
   Old Thread  #1187 6 Apr 2011 at 11.49pm  0  Login    Register
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cheers

just some quick test shots i did last year, with the lens and new d700, set at iso 1250 !!!!!
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1186 6 Apr 2011 at 11.35pm  0  Login    Register
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Nice work, Mate
ev
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   Old Thread  #1185 6 Apr 2011 at 9.07pm  0  Login    Register
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KenTownley
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   Old Thread  #1184 6 Apr 2011 at 10.44am  0  Login    Register
Bit of a long shot here...

Ref the D7000 and D700...I use a Nikon-fit Sigma f2.8 105mm macro lens, but it seems that apparently the Sigma will not match up with either the D7000 or the D700...Anybody found this to be the case?
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1183 6 Apr 2011 at 0.03am  0  Login    Register
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Giving the photo edge a soft look tends to focus the interest in the subject, nice one
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