Now all these need is a Lightroom competitor to come out that is on par!
Perks of being in a helicopter, you can get these amazing shots from above. This is certainly, one of those examples.
When on vacation - yes.
When I'm at home, no if you don't include an iPhone as camera.
IF you do consider iPhone as camera, then yes.
I give you street photographers credit. I've been trying my luck at street photography and I'm finding it difficult to catch people unaware of you framing up a shot with them in it. Generally what happens is when I get them in frame, they notice me and either turn away, or they look at me with this WTH you doing look. Either way, neither capture the prior moment.
How are you guys doing this? I read some time ago, actually I think it might have been a YouTube video where this guy was talking about the 50mm as being the best lens for photographing people as it forces you to get close and capture the moment.
That's what I'm using and I have been getting about 6-8' feet from people and just striking out. I need to re-think this. I'm thinking about moving to my 70-200mm and shooting from the next zip code over! LOL seriously, how are you guys doing this?
It's been 4 weeks of me trying this and I don't have a single good shot. Another thing, its tougher than you would think getting that close to a stranger and trying to photograph them!
OK, that's enough from me. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
That would be nice if the external mic port is built into this.
Chris Briggs wrote: Click bate central.
Seriously watching the Northrups videos remind me of of SNL Delicious Dish. Watch just 30 seconds of the Northrup video, and then watch one of these clips. You'll see!!
+1 Apples reported revenue:
You'll be fine, they likely don't show it because it's an older camera.
I would think there would be much more opportunity to for the IBIS to do it's thing. IBIS is where it's at.
Nikon Shooter wrote:
Pettigrew wrote: Who are you using?
That's funny. I would like to see the video of peoples reactions. Someone taking the photo of this guy doesn't give the full 360 of what was happening.
Still good one.
Borrow someone's L bracket for a day and you'll not want to give it up. Option B is to buy one with Amazon or Adorama, someplace that has bullet proof return policy, buy it, try it, and know that if you don't like it, you can return it. I'll bet you won't want to give it up.
Nikon Shooter wrote: I am using a full range various from an other well know
maker with success and at a third of the price.