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Please welcome our new moderator, Stan Jacox!

km6xz

St Petersburg, RU
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km6xz Moderator Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in various areas, including Portraits and Urban Photography Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2009
Sun 07-Oct-12 07:40 AM

I feel honored to have been the subject of your first post;>) Thank you. If you have any questions, or comments regarding the D7000, its care and feeding, we all hope you continue to post.
We have become technology spoiled when so many people are rushing for the newest when the current tried and true models are better than what even pro budgets could afford 5 years ago, yet we all enjoyed the images created at any time in the past. The D7000 is a very capable camera.
I shot a wedding 2 weeks ago where I used a D800 and a D7000. Both excellent cameras but the one image the bride picked for a large framed print was a candid using the D7000 with a 70-200 mounted.
By current thinking the higher res and pro specs of the D800 should have been evident in the resulting images but that current thinking gets away from why images are liked or not liked or have no impact on us at all. The D7000 is perfectly capable of producing images all day long that are in each of those categories: compelling, insignificant, powerful, boring, etc.
So you have a great camera and we are here to help in some small way to assist you in developing your craft.
Stan
St Petersburg Russia

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