Tagged With: Nikon
Remember my first attempt at shooting the full moon? A couple of days after that first attempt, I decided to try shooting the moon again and I was very pleased with the result…and amused to note the moon’s striking resemblance to a piece of pumice stone! Image shot with a Nikon D90 and Nikkor 18-200mm … Continue reading
I can write this post on the pretext of discussing the merits of the inexpensive Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D prime lens. After all, it’s a very affordable lens (list price is RM468 — around US$138 — but it can be had for just a little over RM300); it’s lightweight; it’s wonderful for low-light situations (as long … Continue reading
For once, I let a video do the explaining for me. Please click on the photo below to be led to the video link.
Before I got my Nikon D40, I was mainly using a Pentax Optio WPi point-and-shoot camera. I bought the Pentax because it’s waterproof and I figured that it would come in handy for trips to the beach and the pool. It is, indeed, waterproof but I wasn’t satisfied at all with the overall colours of … Continue reading
There’s a story behind every unforgettable pic. And for these pics, the story is short and sweet: we were at the beach on our first day in Phuket, the children were playing with sand, Lola and I were enjoying the water, and the sun was starting its descent into the horizon. I realised that I … Continue reading