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Apr 11, 2024 11:14:55   #
fantom wrote:
A pathetic way to try to generate a witless, unnecessary and useless discussion.
Ho hum!

I just noticed that he roped you into it. 😉
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Apr 11, 2024 10:13:58   #
Me thinks there should be a Random Thoughts choice. 😉
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Apr 10, 2024 09:51:41   #
I’d opt for a wide to moderate zoom like an 18-200 and use cropping in PP to get closer if needed in big field outdoor situations. Indoors I rarely need more than 135mm. A good sensor that can handle noise is helpful too.
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Apr 10, 2024 09:43:48   #
We need to read the Admin's rules for the forum. If you want critique, ASK FOR IT. if you give critique, include your rationale. You can find guidelines on-line for judging photos. We had guidelines in our photo club. Knowing them is very helpful in judging your own photos.
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Apr 10, 2024 09:19:44   #
Regardless of the type of scanner, think about whether or not you will be doing some editing on the file and/or you’ll want to make re-prints. I’ve read that 300 DPI, the lowest resolution, can give decent prints of 3x6 or 5x7 but if you want to go larger you’re etter off doing 600 DPI or 1200, maybe even higher. The trade-off is that higher DPI's require longer scan times. And another trade-off is that faster scan times at high DPI's mean more expensive scanners. I’m sure others may have different opinions about this but I’m just going by the little technical knowledge that have.
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Apr 9, 2024 10:23:25   #
I used my Sigma 10-20 on my D7000. Worked great.
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Apr 8, 2024 10:39:44   #
Depending on age, I have discovered that grandkids may interpret "getting dropped" or "getting wet" differently than we might, especially if they think that they might get into trouble. 😉
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Apr 7, 2024 09:49:22   #
#1 is very good.
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Apr 7, 2024 09:48:18   #
Nice shots but I try to be careful about cutting off parts of the subject at the edges.
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Apr 7, 2024 09:46:00   #
I think the bush in #2 adds more interest and sense of place. I don’t see it as a distraction. #1 is too sterile.
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Apr 4, 2024 09:36:33   #
Very nice set. Like they say, photography is all about the light.
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Apr 2, 2024 09:37:33   #
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Mar 30, 2024 09:22:16   #
Excellent set.
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Mar 30, 2024 09:14:51   #
I use a Sigma 10-20 on my D7200. I really like it.
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Mar 26, 2024 09:07:03   #
I use a Lite Scoop by Lite Genius. Works great. Set the flash on TTL, camera on Manual, shutter at 1/200, aperture at 4.5, and ISO at 400. The flash controls the light on the subject, the high shutter speed dampens any affect from ambient light, the aperture can be changed to affect DoF, and the ISO can be increased to reach out a bit further if needed.
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