1. Portraiture 2. Landscape 3. Track & Field 4. College D1 Volleyball (indoor and beach) 5. College D1 Basketball 6 College D1 Swimming and Diving 7. College D1 Soccer 8. College Baseball & Softball.
My work is consistently published in campus literature and in one of the largest circulating newspapers in my state.
The D800 does just fine for fast moving work if the underlying skill set is in place.
Tonight my D800 is being used for a corporate bikini contest.... so you'll excuse me while I go get set up for my shoot.
>Your comment about the camera being under-powered in respect >to its computing electronics has some merit. The huge image >files do take longer to transfer into the card and you can run >short of processing capacity in burst mode (I do not notice >any compromise in focusing accuracy, however). I would expect >sports shooters to notice this. My photography is mostly >landscape, nature/wildlife so don't need blinding speed where >buffering is concerned. My priority is image quality above all >and there the D800 delivers the goods in spades. I consider it >something of a connoiseur's camera less suitable for the >"speed means everything" crowd but for the careful >worker hoping to extract the maximum from an image with the >very best lenses.