Discussion in 'Nikon' started by blurrist, Jul 5, 2018.
That's a beautiful image and the colour mix is perfect.
QUOTE="blurrist, post: 5769093, member: 10964539"]Love it in highkey iansurita. Is it possible to recover some details from right hat in CR?[/QUOTE]
This is the original image which contains some detail in the white hat, but with my limited software and the time taken on the posted image I'm not sure I could get it perfect. However I think it could certainly be done by someone more competent.
The towel is fine here to my eyes.
D300s + Tamron 72B 90mm/2.8
I really missed my 2013 Nikon Coolpix A, so just bought another with only 330 actuations. I love the way this little DX compact makes images. And it's easy to carry. This sample was taken in a historical museum when I caught the 19th century one room school teacher giving me the eye. The docent on our tour said, "She's a bit glamorous, don't you think?"
Yes, she really is, esp. in old school mood.
Sanford reminded me. D200, San Fransisco 2008.
The seagull enriched your photo
A head shot from D1H
"Anda de Compras" (shopping) I guess this is where I should be posting these. Images are from a Nikon D60 at a "tianguis" (flea market) in Port Isabel, Texas. These are candid street portraits. The purpose was to give a try with the D60/16-85 lens in preparation for a long-awaited and posted about "La Ruta Maya" trip to Guatemala in July 2020. I'll be doing a lot of candid street and landscape (Tikal and other ruins in the Peten). Sure, I could spend a lot of money on newer equipment, and maybe I will, but I have to travel very light, and I don't want to risk a lot of very high tech equipment in the heat, humidity, and dust. Please tell me if I'm on the right track.
More D60 images from the flea market in Port Isabel, Texas, 11/3/19. "Vendedora" (vendor at the flea market). Nikon D60/16-85.
And another candid portrait - "Pareja" (a couple). Nikon D60/16-85. These are examples of what I would like to do in the western highlands of Guatemala - visiting modern Mayan communities for markets, fiestas, and danzas tradicionales (traditional dances). Discretion is the key. What should I take. The larger equipment with the fast zooms gets noticed like real quick. Stay with the D60? Update? I do have a D700/24-120/70-200. Big, loud, and obvious. Thanks.
Some more from the D60 with 18-70 lens.
"Onda Tropical" - Tropical Wave. Offshore, Port Isabel, Texas, 9/15/19
One more from the D60/18-70 lens. Wetlands, La Laguna Madre, South Padre Island, Texas. Very high tides have flooded much of the mangrove area and has produced islands. 10/16/19
You are bombarded today
D300 Sigma 28-70mm f6.3 iso640
D200 and 18-55mm AF-S VR II kit zoom (a DX lens, but the 2014 version tweaked for 24MP, so not really old-school). Taken about 12 minutes after sunset, 1/3 second handheld at ISO 400. From the raw file, processed with Darktable.
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