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At the beginning of the blog, I wanted to post full of stuff but I had little to post, now I shoot regularly and I can not find the time, it's great ... Because I have a lot of topics that I want speak here, I will not address them in chronological order but according to mood, and continue posting retaining the idea of ​​"a post by subject."

First: I bought it a month ago the 24 mm 1.4 Nikon, simply put it's a bomb unnamed, the only goal I have that really hard to fully open (yes, still better than my 85 1.4). I will take the time to go over in a specific post, as I've used a lot on several reports in quite different conditions. Read the rest of this article »

Photos of Scotland

July 14th, 2008

scotland

Back a little restorative week in 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 lowepro CompuTrekker home. Read the rest of this article »

Sea boat and pola

October 22nd, 2007

boat
Since the resale of my sigma 18/50 2.8 (sold with polarizing filter) I do not have a polarizing filter adapted to a wide angle lens, I finally decided to invest in a polarizing suitable for large diameter tokina ( 77 mm).

The price of a polarizing filter varies with the diameter thereof, with a diameter of 50mm the price runs around 50 euros for the 77 as a function of the mark "street prices" are found around 120 - 180 euros, when one goes to a very polarizing angle must be taken into account that the thickness of the filter may create additional vignetting (a large aperture) is that the objective must therefore proceed to a thinner and therefore more expensive model ...
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Air! Pola and saturation

April 9th, 2007


Some photos taken in a beautiful blue sky, like the previous series I was looking for a densified 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 up to get this deep blue.

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