V nice. What settings, etc.
Very good/no-absolutely phenom. photos!
Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks. I was a successful pro a few decades ago. Back in the days of F1 and A1. While I used both, I preferred the A-1. I used several at the same time--film days. I have decided to pick photography again. My budget appears to dictate a used D5III or new D6II. It looks like the D5III is where I am going. I shoot EVERYTHING except formal portraits. MOST IMPORTANTLY, I need to get a camera where I can learn all the extremes, as well as the 'meat and potatoes' of these cameras. I will eventually get aD5mark4--I think.
THANK YOU ALL!!! I am SO appreciative of everyone's input. We really are a community.
Wow! Thank you so much for ALL of the input. It gives me several features to look for that I hadn't considered. I have been looking at them both for a solid two weeks and they have blended together.
Thank you VERY MUCH. I am humbled by the responses.
Help! I am looking to ramp up my camera. I am torn between a used Canon D5 III or New Canon D6 II. Can anyone help me with this decision. I have pros/cons on each. I do general photojournalism and scenics.
That is an absolutely amazing catch. Good job. Jealous about the lens.
I have some pretty awesome photos with my Galaxy 8plus. Best part its always with me.
That is a beautiful photo!
Amazing photo! I live in Palm Beach FL. //Truly great bird phots can be tough--well done.
I prefer my Galaxy 8-plus.
Very nice! What a great memory for her as well. //The last one is the best. No doubt who/what the subject is. If you are shooting all outside, try a few different lighting situations/ backgrounds that truly draw you right in to her.