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 on: Today at 12:24:21 PM 
Started by JoeKitchen - Last post by David Eichler
Depending upon the kind of "sunlight" you are looking for, I would guess that things get a bit trickier when the window is on, say, the 30th floor.

Btw, LL really should have a lighting forum.

 on: Today at 12:23:47 PM 
Started by Chris Calohan - Last post by David Eckels
More accolades from me! Congratulations.

 on: Today at 12:21:08 PM 
Started by sharperstill - Last post by allegretto
GPS systems can be tricky too.

I don't know about Sony, but I think on some cameras if it is selected, it's always on, or at least on whether or not you are using it

 on: Today at 12:17:46 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by Mike D. B.
An excellent photo, a well-deserved award!  Congratulations!

 on: Today at 12:14:44 PM 
Started by Arlen - Last post by churly
Very nice.  I've come back several times and have seen something different each time.  That's what I like.

 on: Today at 12:07:04 PM 
Started by greyscale - Last post by Isaac
What would you say today about that picture if that had been painted two thousand years ago?

Shouldn't the question be more like -- What would people two thousand years ago have said about unsanctioned painting in a "sacred" space? Daubing on a statue of the Emperor?

 on: Today at 11:56:47 AM 
Started by Pope - Last post by Pope
Thank You all, I already got mine and a 180 lens will be added soon!

 on: Today at 11:55:32 AM 
Started by Here to stay - Last post by ErikKaffehr

A2 is my normal print size and at that size I see little difference between 39 MP MFD, 24 MP full frame or 16 MP APS-C.

For larger sizes, I would say D810 or something like it – paired with a decent lens – would be beneficial, but I would say a 400$ Sigma 70/2.8 would be just fine. The great strength of the Otus is that it is really good at f/1.4, but I don't feel I need it for any size of print if shooting medium aperture.

Best regards

I would go with the D810 if that was my only goal and choice. Realistically I would get a D800E and a Sigma 50 Art.

 on: Today at 11:54:26 AM 
Started by Slim - Last post by Isaac
I particularly find Slobodan's query about it being a composite quite telling.

… because ?

I often think my own wilderness landscape photography glorifying the beauty of nature is wasted when shots like this come along exposing the what we are doing to the diminishing wilderness we have.

I don't see what you mean by "wasted", perhaps "illusory"?

Navajo Generating Station (morning) June 1984

Navajo Generating Station (evening) June 1984

I expect photographs like this have a far greater impact on people's willingness to protect nature than even a hundred or a thousand "pretty scenes" like the ones I tend to make.

People go to enjoy nature in the local open space preserves and then litter them with water bottles and energy bar wrappers.

 on: Today at 11:48:40 AM 
Started by Onslow - Last post by wildlightphoto
Is the aperture control fully electronic or does the body stop the lens down via a lever at the back of the lens?

If the latter the lever might have become disconnected from the diaphragm.  It was a surprisingly flimsy metal tab on my 300mm f/4 ED AF that I was able to bend back into position in 5 minutes.  The local authorized repair center wanted $350 to do the job.

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