adamz - a pro is someone who gets paid to shoot regardless of experience and does it as a full time job - I should have labeled myself as semi-pro to be politically correct!
Pros using the D90?(59 posts) (15 voices)
Thanks Adamz, I will be busy for these couple of weeks because of finals, so I probably won't post it up for a while. But I will let you guys know when I do post it up!
thanks for answering my original post. im stoked it devolved into something else. that devolution shows how enthusiasm for the craft of photography.
i went to the camera store Friday afternoon and handled the D90. The video looks great. the stills looks amazing. however... it feels like a toy. im used to running around with cameras that feel substantial like the D1X, the D2h and even the D200. I didnt buy the D90.
Maybe Ill get a D300 soon.
Keep making pictures!
As I see it here, pro (professional) is being used with two meanings here. One being someone who is an expert (what adamz was referring to) and one who "follows an occupation as a means of livelihood" (Matstar).
Well I've used the D80 in the rain with no problems. Had to change lenses in my jacket, but other than that...nothing unexpected.
So I'm guessing the D90 would be pretty similar.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3260/3122797534_58f11ba803_o.jpg (please excuse the unexciting photo lol)
Nothing unexcited about that photo at all. It could be better for sure, but That exact shot under better circumstances could find itself in numerous publications... It's not your fault it was rainy that day :)
I took some more photos at night but still a little hazy:
And I doubt I could ever do this with my camera (probably seen by many by now):
wind I've played a little bit with Your picture, and it has it's potential
It looks good!
I had a little play around with it again (dodging/burning, levels, sharpening, etc) and and got something really similar.
Guess I was too lazy that day to process them :P
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