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Y2Julio

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The grayscale pics...wow. I especially love the pic of the whole underside of the bridge.

 

How do you get your pictures to come out so crisp? Any tips? (I'm getting a point-and-shoot camera by the way so any specific suggestions for those?)

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The grayscale pics...wow. I especially love the pic of the whole underside of the bridge.

 

How do you get your pictures to come out so crisp? Any tips? (I'm getting a point-and-shoot camera by the way so any specific suggestions for those?)

I shoot with a Nikon D40 DSLR. I suggest you save up and get a DSLR.

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I shoot with a Nikon D40 DSLR. I suggest you save up and get a DSLR.

 

I can do that...consider that no problemo. ;):cool:

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Nice!

 

The eiffel tower of bridges. :cool:

 

As far as cameras, you can do DSLR as Y2J suggested, but i personally keep away from those because they are quite bulky. I shoot with an ultra zoom class of cameras, "point and shoot" but they have partial and full manual mode for aperture, exposure and the one i use has vivid/norm image setting, and fine/norm capture setting. One of the models also has a hot shoe for flash, and you can use them with remote flashes, and it has a more compact form factor.

 

Just do a bunch of research before you buy anything. :cool:

 

- A

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Nice!

 

The eiffel tower of bridges. :cool:

 

As far as cameras, you can do DSLR as Y2J suggested, but i personally keep away from those because they are quite bulky. I shoot with an ultra zoom class of cameras, "point and shoot" but they have partial and full manual mode for aperture, exposure and the one i use has vivid/norm image setting, and fine/norm capture setting. One of the models also has a hot shoe for flash, and you can use them with remote flashes, and it has a more compact form factor.

 

Just do a bunch of research before you buy anything. :cool:

 

- A

Point and shoots simply do not compare to the quality of DSLRs.

By the time you've updated from 2-3 Point and shoots, you could simply have gotten a DSRL to begin with. DSLRs are not bulky like you claim they are. The D40 that I have is one of the two smallest DSLRs out there from Nikon. Trust me on this man. :)

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Point and shoots simply do not compare to the quality of DSLRs.

By the time you've updated from 2-3 Point and shoots, you could simply have gotten a DSRL to begin with. DSLRs are not bulky like you claim they are. The D40 that I have is one of the two smallest DSLRs out there from Nikon. Trust me on this man. :)

 

While i acknowledge the usefulness of high up models, their flexibility with lenses etc, i also love simplicity. My old SP was a lot slower and not nearly as advanced as the SP i have now. The increase in speed, the ability to use cheaper larger capacity micro sd OR the traditional xD memory cards keeps me firmly in the ultra zoom segment. :)

 

If i were to get a SLR it'd be the weatherproof E-3, or the very neat E-P1. :cool:

 

- A

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Stunning shots of the Brooklyn Bridge Julio, I love al lof them, :)!

uh, Brooklyn Bridge??

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Stunning shots of the Brooklyn Bridge Julio, I love al lof them, :)!

 

Too bad it's not the Brooklyn Bridge though! :)

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The way you played around with the light was just fantastic! For some reason, the GWB always reminds me of the Manhattan Bridge with the lower level of the Verrazano Bridge.

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