Another one of my Son at his School concert - this one
taken using the Sigma 70 - 300 @ 180mm
50th sec, (held steady) f4.5, ISO1250
Here he's playing the Baritone Sax
Again, Custom WB using a scrap of white paper, no flash (mixed lighting - deep joy!!)
BTW - I reposted the previous shot as I had tried to resize the image at work and it ruined the sharpness - I think it looks much better now
& his favourite instrument - his 5 string Bass
This was particularly low light, and the band were moving around
quite a bit - but I got this moment on ISO1000 30th sec @135mm
(=200mm equiv) really held steady (no VR on the Sigma 70 - 300)
I am now considering a 28 - 200 bridging lens which I would use at
concerts such as this
I've got a ton of funny pictures of ole' John Boy here. I'll go through them tonight and maybe throw one or two up.
Hello, I'm new to the forum here.
Here is my first posting with a pic I took with my new D300.
Pamunkey River near West Point, Virginia.
Focal Length: 24mm
Lens: 18-55mm w/polarizer
A smidge of PP
Canadian Robin headshot taken in the fall. Wish her whole beak was in focus.
45mm, ISO 200, f/8, 1/60 sec, handheld:
Thanks, that`s my wife BTW:p
I did do a bit of shadowing here and there to get the lighting right and a fair bit of liquify in PS.:D