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Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000...

billD80

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Sat 11-Dec-10 07:04 PM | edited Sat 11-Dec-10 07:17 PM by billD80

ISO1600, 1/20th, 17-50@50mm, f/5.6, Hand-Held, no NR

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ISO800, 1/15th, 17-50@50mm, f/5.6, Hand-Held, no NR
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dm1dave

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#1. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 0

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Sat 11-Dec-10 07:57 PM

Those freckles look nice and sharp and the 1600 ISO is super clean.

Congratulations, I am sure you will put the D7000 to good use.

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JPJ

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#2. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 0

JPJ Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Aug 2009
Sat 11-Dec-10 09:39 PM

@ 1/20 and 1/15 @ 50mm these are impressive. A little selective sharpening around the eyes would really make them pop.

You have steady hands, on my d90 @ 50mm and 1/20s my shots would not be this sharp without some work in lightroom/photoshop.

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#3. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 0

KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006
Sat 11-Dec-10 09:49 PM

Now that is clean ISO 1600! Well done.

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billD80

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#4. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 3

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Sat 11-Dec-10 09:55 PM | edited Sat 11-Dec-10 09:58 PM by billD80

>Now that is clean ISO 1600! Well done.
>


Thanks! Nothing done. Straight from the camera RAW, converted directly to JPEG for this post via ViewNX2, no Noise Reduction involved.

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billD80

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#5. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 2

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Sat 11-Dec-10 09:57 PM

>@ 1/20 and 1/15 @ 50mm these are impressive. A little
>selective sharpening around the eyes would really make them
>pop.
>
>You have steady hands, on my d90 @ 50mm and 1/20s my shots
>would not be this sharp without some work in
>lightroom/photoshop.
>
>Jason

Thanks! These are RAW, no NR, converted directly from the SD card to small JPEG for this post. No PP involved. The D7000 is quite capable.

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ricphoto

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#6. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 5

ricphoto Registered since 29th Aug 2006
Sun 12-Dec-10 12:49 AM

Nice examples Bill...

I especially like the tonal range you captured in the 1600 version that highlights the transition from the cooler outdoor light to the warmer interior light...that with the window catchlights really helps add depth and dimension to the shot...

good DR...sharpness is realistic...just right...not over sharpened like lots of other examples we're seeing...

nice job...Ric

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wwt67

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#7. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 4

wwt67 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2010
Sun 12-Dec-10 02:29 PM | edited Sun 12-Dec-10 02:31 PM by wwt67

Just curious, what 17-50 lens is this?

Got it! Tamron?

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billD80

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#8. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 7

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Sun 12-Dec-10 03:50 PM

>Just curious, what 17-50 lens is this?
>
>Got it! Tamron?

YUP! The Original version...

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wwp512

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#9. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 8

wwp512 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Dec 2007
Wed 15-Dec-10 07:33 PM

Very nice skin tone and sharpness.

I am not good at this, but how did you use a 1/3 stop diff. in shutter speed but 1 stop diff in ISO to maintain a f/5.6 aperture?

billD80

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#10. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 9

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Wed 15-Dec-10 07:54 PM

>Very nice skin tone and sharpness.
>
>I am not good at this, but how did you use a 1/3 stop diff. in
>shutter speed but 1 stop diff in ISO to maintain a f/5.6
>aperture?
>
>


I guess I'm not good at it either, because I have no idea. Could have been a little re-orientation of the subject relative to the light. But again, that's a guess...

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MEMcD

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#11. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 0

MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007
Fri 17-Dec-10 10:43 PM

Hi Bill,

Nice images.
Congratulations on your new D7000.
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

Best Regards,
Marty

billD80

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#12. "RE: Poor Kid... Daddy's got a new D7000..." | In response to Reply # 11

billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007
Sat 18-Dec-10 02:23 AM

>Hi Bill,
>
>Nice images.
>Congratulations on your new D7000.
>Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!


Thanks Marty! I'm having a blast with it.

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