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May 20, 2019 05:49:47   #
JohnSwanda wrote:
I meant remove it in post processing.

It was meant to be a joke. People really need to lighten up and regain the ability to laugh.
May 19, 2019 06:21:52   #
If your keeper rates are low then you are not spending enough time with composition. Work the scene plan the shot then take the image. Too many point and shoot hobbyists never improve this rate because of this.
May 16, 2019 05:47:46   #
Nothing wrong with those images. Also nothing wrong with kit glass either unless you are shooting in low light.

I got a d3200 when I started in 2012. Have 2 not lens and still use that glass on a d7100. My goto body now is a d800. I have all the bodies yet. Enjoy and you will be surprised at what begins to be your main focus over progression of time.
May 16, 2019 05:34:26   #
Depends on what you like in landscapes. Is it the grand scene or would the Tele give you the reach to capture the more intimate scenes. In vast areas you are going to you may want that reach and regret not bringing it.
May 14, 2019 09:56:19   #
Yes. Every raw file needs processing. Your camera does the same for you and saves as a jpeg only you are at the mercy of the camera processing.

Your eye sees things much different than a camera sensor will.
May 10, 2019 11:42:02   #
I love #1 but because I am partial to purple. They are all great.
May 9, 2019 06:33:23   #
lollyonline wrote:
If your inverter keeps slipping out, take a small screwdriver, insert between the body of the plug and the small metal tabs that hold it in. There should be two of them. Simply pry it out--just a little. It will be tight and should solve your problem. Good luck!

Velcro strips would also work provided the inverter is not too heavy.
May 9, 2019 06:31:20   #
DirtFarmer wrote:
You can get an inverter for $30 to $50 that will power your normal charger. It plugs into the accessory outlet (used to be called the cigar lighter). The only drawback is that the key has to be on to power the accessory outlet. Fine for when you're driving, but it doesn't charge while you're parked with the key out.

As far as charging things with the camera attached, get a large plastic box and put everything in that, maybe with a towel to cushion things. That way things won't bounce around as much.
You can get an inverter for $30 to $50 that will p... (show quote)

I have two outlets one only works with the key on the other works as long as something is plugged in. Last car was like that too.

I use a car charger that cradles 2 batteries at a time. Can be had for under 20 bucks and plug into a standard 12 volt outlet. No inverter needed.
May 8, 2019 05:42:19   #
I used Corel Paintshop Pro. I also have Aftershots. On1 and a few others and have spent no where close to what Adobe would be for 5-6 years. I steer clear of anything that requires a subscription and an internet connection to use. Paintshop Pro always runs specials and may time you can get it for under 50 and only upgrade when you want. A nice way to save on the wallet and have money to spend on other things gear related.
May 7, 2019 07:57:53   #
Beautifully captured you did a good job.
May 6, 2019 06:03:12   #
D7100 or D7200 would be good choices from 500 to 800 depending on used refurb or new.
May 6, 2019 05:46:41   #
Metis407 wrote:
What a load of rubbish to say that if you use that technique you dont know how to expose properly!!!

Would fully agree as an avid HDR shooter. I don't do it because I don't know how to expose. I do it because I do. I still set ISO and Aperature to get my depth of field. I usually bracket .7 to 1 stop 3 exposures. I then merge the images together.

To say it is for those who don't know how to expose is insulting. Set the aperture ISO or shutter speed incorrectly and you have junk. Those who say this do not understand this process at all.

Why are people so bitter and salty? People who focus stack don't know how to focus properly then huh?
May 3, 2019 05:36:57   #
Gear does not matter one bit if you don't know how to use the camera or how to compose an image. Too many think buying a $3000 rig will give them great photos. When their images are no better than before they blame the gear and spend more money. Eventually they shelve the gear and sell it at a loss.

Others just have bad GAS and are constantly buying new gear and never perfect the craft so gear only matters when it advances the quality of your work.
Apr 30, 2019 05:26:33   #
Dikdik wrote:
Not all of us... when I can get two third party batteries and a charger for less than half the price of a new Sony one, it's an easy decision.


Apr 29, 2019 12:03:27   #
If all you really want is the longevity of dual batteries go with the cheaper. Far too many people get hung up on brand name.

Non OEM parts in most instances work as good as original name brand but you will save big. Companies love people who are hung up on names and can charge you 3 times because they can. Auto insurance companies usually quote non OEM parts for this reason they are not "sub-standard" as many think.

Put the money saved to something else because you will never get that money back on OEM products.
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