I have never been a fan of the so-called “normal” lens…the 50mm. Before the era of kit zoom lenses, the classic 50mm lens would be the lens that comes with an SLR body..
I found its field of view restricting compared to my favorite standard lens of choice, the 35mm.
But in recent years I have come to use and love the various 1.4G lenses Nikon has produced. The 24mm 1.4g, 35mm 1….Read On…
If you’ve been serious about photography, you no doubt have heard the praises of shooting RAW, which I will talk about in a future post.
RAW is the way to go for most serious photographers but there are many good reasons to shoot JPEG as well and our Nikon bodies don’t force us to choose, we can shoot both RAW & JPEG files, giving us the same file number just the extension is diffe…Read On…
There is no secret to becoming a great photographer. Each of us sees the world in our own unique way and it is exactly this unique vision which needs to be unwrapped before becoming the photographer you know you can be. (more…)
I’m a freelance press photographer. I’m thinking about buying Nikon D750. I would love to get your input as a pro photographer D750 vs D810. Would the D750 be a better all around photojournalistic tool? Any high ISO performance differences? By the way, I love your classes on Lynda.com
All the best. Ron
That’s a great question but as with all things subjective, there…Read On…
Through a special arrangement with B& H Photo and their event space I will be doing a very special Nikon transformational workshop on July 20, from 930am to 6pm. The group will be limited to the first 10 people who sign up, at a cost of $199 for the day.
You can sign up here.
“This is an outstanding workshop, led by a world-class photographer. It is impossible to spend time in…Read On…