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Sophia and Katie (D300 pics + high ISO)

Discussion in 'People' started by Kemnik, Aug 1, 2008.

  1. Kemnik


    Aug 21, 2007
    San Jose, CA
    Just got my new (to me) D300 and am loving it. Still getting used to the processing differences between the D200, but I am loving the way the camera operates. Here are some shots of the girls tonight:

    ISO 800

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    50 1.4 @ 1.4, ISO 1600

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    And one from the other day using the D200 and 85 1.4

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  2. Debbie H

    Debbie H

    Aug 23, 2007
    Kurt great pics!! Beautiful models! I'm glad that you are liking the D300!
  3. corns5


    Mar 21, 2008
    Wonderful shots, beautifully gorgeous family that you have!
  4. These are great captures at high ISO's. I got my D300 when it first came out but its interesting that my ISO never moves from 400. I know alot here are fans of AUTO ISO, but I have yet to try it. #1 is my fav
  5. Spectre


    Feb 20, 2008
    Great pictures Kurt, you have a beautiful family.
  6. love these shots, Kurt
    i really am glad you shared them with them

    congrats on the D300, once again
    can't wait to see more from you
  7. You have a beautiful family Kurt
  8. Beautiful photos Kurt! You rock both the 200 AND 300!
  9. Crazy Cat Lady

    Crazy Cat Lady

    Apr 2, 2008
    Beautiful photo's! My favorite is the first one. Congrats on the D300!
  10. Kemnik


    Aug 21, 2007
    San Jose, CA
    Thanks Debbie!

    Thanks, that is nice of you!

    I know what you mean. I found that auto ISO is perfect for when you hand someone the camera and have it in manual where you KNOW you want a specific shutter and aperture to maximize their chances of getting good shots. I'll do that with my wife, set it to 1/100th of a second and a reasonable aperture like 5.6 and auto ISO and the shots are never blurry or OOF.

    Thanks, you as well!! I'm taking good care of the D200!!

    Thanks Greg!

    Thank you!

    Too sweet of you. If I add the cameras up I still don't have a 700 like you!! :rolleyes:  Some day...
    Me too, thank you so much!
  11. Nuteshack

    Nuteshack Guest

    wonderful photos, Kurt...i'm sure any cam would rock in your hands......;-)))

  12. LOL! Maybe I'll let you give the D700 a test drive in October.....
  13. Kemnik


    Aug 21, 2007
    San Jose, CA
    Oh you can count on that!!! Likewise, all my lenses are full frame so you can pick and choose any you may want to try (e.g., 80-200 etc.)
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