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Discussion in 'Nikon FX DSLR' started by Nuteshack, Oct 2, 2008.
ya sure, just 1000iso, but the "look". and captured with ease
50 1.4 @1.4
Well i still think you should have used a flash and bounced it... :373::biggrin:
Good to see you enjyoing the fruits of the D700 sensor. :wink:
I like it. Is she watching TV?
...having a BLAST!
thanks Greg ..she's in front of a lap top
Yup Nute, the D700 and D3 sensor is amazing! I'm glad you're enjoying yours...maybe I'll have one someday.
WOW! Nice one Nute... the NAS from this beast increased 10x
:Love: D700 :Love:
very cool, was that set on Auto ISO?
If you look at her right hand, it appears she is on a laptop. You can just make out the keyboard keys and the green LED's on the side.
Very nice shot.
There you go... a composition worthy of the camera, lens, photographer, and model :biggrin:. Iso1000 isn't all that tough; you could have done it on your d200. But you don't shoot RAW, and you only use auto WB, so I'm blown away by the skin tones! Great stuff, Nute.
thanks Brad, auto iso and ss set to 1/40s
thanks Frank. although the auto w/b in this camera is fantastic, i actually used incandesant -2. i'm finding the handicaps i dealt with on lessor cameras has been a huge asset in my transition to the 700. the jpeg motor in this gizmo is turbo-charged. a photo journalist's dream come true. u could easily go to print right out of the camera
thanks for the kind words, everyone ...;-)
she looks very pensive. great capture. someday will come for me too.
ooh, good one.
Nice shot Nute.
Nice shot - that sensor is something else...
You know .... my job blocks most "personal" websites - which it considers Flickr and most other photo sharing sites to be.
And I've got to say my wallet and my wife are forever grateful to my company for that one.
About every 3 hours Nute posts another photo with his D700 and if I could actually see them, I'd have problems =)
I love the rendering of the fan in the background. Just sharp enough to recognize it as a fan, just faint enough to not distract from the main subject of the shot.
You did a great job of coloring within the lines. When are you going to show us some D700 shots?:smile: