May 5th, 2010
At the beginning of the blog, I wanted to post a lot of things but I had little to post, now I shoot regularly and I can not find the time, it's great ... Since I have lots of things I'd like to speak here, I will not address them in chronological order but according to mood, and continue posting preserving the idea of "one post a topic."
First: I bought a month ago on 24 mm 1.4 Nikon, simply put it's a bomb unnamed, the only goal I have that really hard to fully open (yes, even better than my 85 1.4). I will take time to return it in a specific post, as I've used a lot on several reports in quite different conditions. Read more of this article »
July 14th, 2008
Back from a short week restorative Scotland I propose a small set loose with mainly landscape menu.
The landscape is an area that I have too little explored until now. Level equipment I took with the D3 as optical: 16mm, 12/24 Dx, 50mm, 85mm and 80/200 all housed in a CompuTrekker home lowepro. Read more of this article »
October 22nd, 2007
Since the resale of my 18/50 2.8 sigma (sold with polarization filter) I only have a polarizing filter adapted to a wide angle lens, I finally decided to invest in a Polarizing the large diameter of the tokina ( 77 mm).
The price of a polarizing filter varies depending on the diameter of the latter, with a diameter of 50mm revolves around the price of 50 euros for the 77 depending on the brand the "street prices" are recognized around the 120 - 180 euros when it goes to a polarizing for the very angle must be taken into account that the thickness of the filter can create additional vignetting (a large aperture) to that of the lens so you have to head a thinner and therefore more expensive model ...
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Some photos taken in a beautiful blue sky, like the previous series I was looking for a denser up my sky, this time I was back to the sun so the task was much easier; No flash, just sunlight to illuminate the subject and a polarizing filter screwed to the maximum in order to get this deep blue.