Oh no!! We've had some of the Canadian smoke in Idaho the past few weeks. Hopefully it will be over and done with by the time we go. We are on a tight schedule and don't have the luxury of waiting out the smoke.I like your thought process. I am hoping the Z series will mature enough in the next five years where I will switch to it when I retire.
Otherwise, just want to say to enjoy your trip to ONP and Victoria. I just got back and it was wonderful though I hope the smoke from the BC fires clear up before you get there. Luckily, I was flexible enough be able t wait out the smoke on a few days.
I'm so glad to hear this. That is a wonderful example!!Back in 2017 when I punted on my second (and last) run at m4/3 I bought a barely used D5600. I did not immediately buy any lenses specifically for the D5600. I made do with a Nikon 35mm f/1.8 DX that I had been using with my D500. For almost a year that was my only lens for the D5600. The combo is splendid for grandkids.
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Really nice photos, Terri! Hey, you look so much like your mother — family resemblance is unmistakable! I think you and that little camera are going to get along just great..... As for your question about Zenfolio, I haven’t gone into my gallery for a few days, I’ll have to take a look and see if something is going on.
The D5600 is a fine body, the processor and sensor are the same as are in the D7200 if I'm not mistaken. And while the D7200 has a LOT of FEATURES, how many of them make you a better photographer?
Excellent reasoning and equally excellent photos Terry.
You've got it dialed in so well, and it's only going to get better in your hands!
A new camera is always fun. It's like a shot of photographic adrenalin, for me anyway.
I’ve taken a lot of photos this weekend. I think I found a new way of shooting that is working out good for me. I have always done back button focusing but I turned that off and am using my thumb to move the focus point around on the touch screen. I’m getting a lot more shots in focus that way. I love the touch screen!
No. I’m looking through the viewfinder. The screen is actually not lit up. You move your thumb around the screen and it moves the focus point. It’s very fast. It took a little practice but I’m proficient at it now. You turn it on on the menu. Custom, f3, assign touch function, focus point selection.Sounds interesting, Terri. I guess that means you're in Live View? I see how that can be effective if you have spare batteries.