well, wouldn't you know it! i start really enjoying the camera and woalop, the darn sensor gets dirty!
for now all i've done was read on ways of cleaning the sensor but i'm kind of scared to try.
surely there's an easier way to do this.
anyway, is there anyone out there in the spirit of america?
today was a beautiful day and i wanted to capture the feeling and beauty so i jumped at the chance to shoot this.
i work third shift in another town so i don't get to see much daylight beauty.
this is straight from the camera no touch up.
after i return home and uploaded it into the computer i viewed it at 100% and wow, i could see my house from here...no, just joking. but i did see the threads!
nikor 85mm f/1.8
manual exposure mode
iso 200 (i wish they had iso 100)
white balance cloudy -3
color mode: 2 adobe
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#3. "RE: i can see the dust...." | In response to Reply # 1Sat 28-Sep-02 02:48 PM
oh, thank heavens.
nicholas this is much appreciated. i was starting to feel as though i should have purchased the s2 pro (fuji) but i'm still biased to nikon.
i have 5 cameras, er....actually 6.
(was my favorite but now i can't seem to put down this dang d100). saves money and space. i even print a lot of what i now take with the digital on my hp photo printer. it's great.
minolta htsi plus (very first camera)
mamiya rb67 (takes the best pics!)
mamiya 645 (new)
leica m3 (not sure bout this one yet) my granny got it at a garage sale.
nikon d100 (new)
i do weddings.
#4. "RE: i can see the dust...." | In response to Reply # 2Sat 28-Sep-02 02:52 PM
hello, these are wonderful pictures! thanks for sharing them with us.
as soon as i get more time i'll post some to.
by the way, how did you create your own gallery?
your baby's beautiful!
as far as iso 200, it's good but i really think i'd perfer iso100.
don't know why nikon went from 200 - 1600.
i didn't really see much difference.