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on Sep 7, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

D850 Ship Day!

Ya, this is simply a gorgeous camera! I am really enjoying shooting with it and the images it’s producing. It’s not your father’s D800! Later today a special Podcast will be posted that will cover much more than I can here in writing. I can honestly say that this is the first megapixel camera I really like to shoot! Here’s some more trivia that might help you get started with your new D850. mtc D850 Instruction Manual PDF D850...

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on Sep 6, 2017 in Field Reports

Out of Stock & #1?

I have no words cause thanks doesn’t cover it! Already Out of Stock at Amazon and #1 new release in photography books just days after its release, I’m totally at a loss for words. But thank you, thank you, thank you! I know more copies are in route and thank you, thank you, thank...

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on Sep 6, 2017 in Aviation

What Do YOU Want to Say?

When we work with inanimate objects, rocks, buildings, planes, the life they take on in our photograph comes from us. We can opt for the simple, “it was here, I saw, you see” photograph. From those words, is that what you want to say in your photograph? Or you can strive for the “oh man was it here, I took it in and now YOU see” kind of photograph? How can you take these simple words and make them powerful words in light and pixels? That is the challenge every genre of photography presents us every time we pick up a camera. My favorite way to break the ho-hum barrier is storytelling. I understand many have a visual, conceptual, mental and emotional difficulty with this idea let alone executing it at the camera. In getting through this challenge you’ve got ask yourself what it is you want to say? If you were writing a story about the one subject, how would you describe it in 1500 words? Could then...

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on Sep 6, 2017 in WRP Ed Zone

The Megapixel Demand

Cliff mentioned something today that I had forgotten but are sound words of advice. It’s the mega pixel demand. The D850s 45.7 megapixels capture a lot … I mean … a lot of information! I’m talking so much succulent, delicious, spectacular detail that if you’re off on your craft even a slight twinge of a heartbeat, you’ll see it in your file. What I’m talking about is sharpness, sharpness coming capturing a sharp image! That means lens, focusing that lens and giving that D850 the support to produce a sharp image! To illustrate my point I enlisted the ever cooperative Sadie (who will do anything for a treat). Shooting with the 24f1.4 at f1.4 just inches away, I focused on the left eye (our left, not Sadie’s). You can see how the right eye is really soft and that illustrates my point. While it would seem that they’re being that close physically, both eyes should be sharp, they are not. Same with those mega pixels, off just a hair...

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