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Using an adapter is pointless because you lose control of autofocus which makes it difficult to get the sharpest portraits and sports photographs.....Any suggestions?
30 second exposure taken on March 31st, using an ND4 filter as well as a graduated ND. Tried a couple new editing techniques, CC appreciated.
False Outer Point in Juneau Alaska.
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Winter in Jeseniky mountains is slowly ending and it´s time to remind ourselves, what kind of beauty brought to us this year!
Timefocus Films proudly presents our latest video, we worked at this for the 5 months ...
Video "Jesenik - Winter Time-Lapse Adventure 4K" takes you on...
I'm new in Fs and in this group too. I'll share my first wedding photo here. I hope you like it!
Camera NIKON D5200
Focal Length 70mm
Hey everyone! So I am VERY new to photography (like baby deer wobbly knees new). I'm still learning and I am always looking for ways to get better. The problem is that there is really no one in my life who does photography so I have to learn everything by myself and from online resources which is fine except that I can't really get direct...
Hi everyone, I just signed up here. I've been visiting fstoppers for some time now. I thought I would start contributing. I'm primarily an architecture, landscape, and cityscape photographer. I've recently started to get into more fine art black and white. Would love your feedback. Thanks!
Helloooo. Hoping to get some editing advice/critique for this shot. I know it looks amateur but hoping to get some opinions on what would make it look more realistic.... Lighting around front of car? Shadows on floor? If i may ask.
Hi everyone, from a landscape photographer I learned about the Orton effect. I experimented a similar concept to my beautrait here and really like the result. What do you think?
Hi guys - I would love some feedback on another image from Lofoten.
Should I crop some of the sky?
Thanks for your critique and feedback, it's appreciated!
Just to share one of my favourites from a trip back.
A cold windy evening to remember, with crashing waves as my companion :)
Hello fellow F-stoppers,
About 2 and a half years ago, I learned about this thing the Japanese call Diamond Fuji. It's when the sun sets (or rises) directly over Mt. Fuji. The first time I attempted to photograph this, I was equipped with my best camera gear, a point-and-shoot Ricoh CX3 in full auto mode. Due to the cloudy horizon on...
It's also the 1st shoot with my new Sony 85mm F1.4G
I was very happy with the result despite the difficulty in shooting with such a low aperture in Studio
Just to share one of my favourites taken a few years back when doing a road trip in the Rockies :)
My very first post here. Image has been taken in Ireland during a cloudy afternoon. I would like to have your feedback. Please tell me what do you think.
Been a member for a while and just now jumping in to ask for some advice.
Does anyone have any experience w/ tethering (wireless or via cable) to a field monitor for shooting stills? I run and gun most of my shoots but the AD wants to see the shots as they occur to insure that we've got the shot and/or aren't wasting any...