Bought a Nikon FE about 4 months ago for 59.00 dollars. Had to replace the light seals 3 times and sometimes the mirror gets stuck. Plus the cost of film development is between 15 and 17 dollars at the local marts. Mostly these pictures are me doing a quick shoot just to get developed and see if the light seals still leaked. Not the best shots. Possibly I’ll shoot film once in … [Read more...] about Nikon FE light seal check.
This was my first day out with the Nikon D200 using the Nikor DX AF-S 55-200mm 1:4-5.6G ED VR lens. Well I feel the images are to dark. White balance settings could be better. I was shooting at 1/1000 on a dark day. I did not edit these images except for cropping. Now I’m currently shooting at color temp 5000k on a different lens. So will try that on the 55-200mm lens in the … [Read more...] about Nikon D200 test of people Kayaking.
Purchased a used Nikon D200 in excellent condition for 109.00 dollars. Shot with a Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35mm 1:1.8G lens. I sold my Nikon D300 which has the CMOS sensor.. The Nikon D200 has the CCD sensor. The body is magnesium alloy like the Nikon D300. The battery life is poor compared to the Nikon D300. The Nikon D300 seems to be better in low light conditions, neither are … [Read more...] about Nikon D200 photo test on Chicago Schwinn.
Recently I acquired a Nikon D200 after selling my Nikon D300. I have decided to shoot only ccd sensor cameras for the time being. Currently I'm discovering that shooting with the Nikon D200 is a little more difficult than the Nikon D300. White balance is giving me trouble and also shots of birds. I'll share my trials and errors with you. These photos are unedited except for … [Read more...] about Learning to shoot the Nikon D200 in 2019.
Hard sandstone. So hard you better pray your bolt holds when your bloody fingers give way as you make a quick decent. Made a day trip and walked up the big hill. Pulled out my trusty Nikon D70 and made some shots. The Tennessee Wall is located in Prentice Cooper State Forest. Long and winding road. First thing you see is a hard stretcher and neck brace. Safety first! Rock … [Read more...] about The Tennessee Wall. Big rock and big hearts.