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I shot these birds with my new Nikon 40x with my 18-200mm and the "sports" setting.
Gulls are easy to shoot, they like to stay still in the air,
and a piece bread in the lake helps also :)
Thanks Fellas, this has been quite an education for me.
It looks like the D80 is going to get the nod, with either the TOkina, or if I splurge maybe even the Nikon 12-24mm
I am going to...
so, to summarize we are looking at one of the following bodies
preferably a D60 (does the D60 have a focus motor?) or a D80
Now if I were just to buy one wide angle lens, what do you experts...
Thanks again for all your help guys.
To answer Rooz's question of why I am focusing (no pun intended) on Nikon,
I dunno, I had a Nikon 35 mm one-touch camera for almost 20 years and it took...
Ok, thanks again for the good words.
I think I am going to start off only with a wide angle lens
erichlund was kind enought in his long reply to recommend the Tokina 12-24 f4
it sounds good to...
I don't plan to actually put out a calendar, I just wanted (if possible with my budget) to have calendar-quality shots and to make stunning posters to frame and give to friends
as a point of...
Thanks Fellas, I learned a lot already! I first thing I learned is that I know nothing!
I want to get into taking majestic shots of nature and monuments/buildings etc., which I can blow up to at least 16 x 20 posters. I would a camera capable of taking shots worthy of...