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Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 13:36 Quote
So no comments or suggestions on the mirrorless Nikon 1 V1/2/3 vs the D7100?

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 13:45 Quote
Two very different cameras.

In other news, concert last night, absolutely loving the D600.




https://www.flickr.com/photos/mndstudios/

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 13:48 Quote
PHeller wrote:
So no comments or suggestions on the mirrorless Nikon 1 V1/2/3 vs the D7100?
Honestly it depends on where you want to go with your photography. If you want a more compact thing, go with the V series. But there's no contest if you're going to be using it like a dslr. the 7100 will kick the V's ass. If you want a dslr, get one, i wouldn't see the benefit of using a mirror less like a dslr.

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 13:52 Quote
I've had a D50 for nearly 10 years and had quite a few offers for friends and associates to pay for my services, but never took their money as I didn't think I was good enough. I don't want the camera to hold me back, but in order to take pictures I've got to carry it, and carrying a full size body can be a burden sometimes.

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 13:53 Quote
PHeller wrote:
So no comments or suggestions on the mirrorless Nikon 1 V1/2/3 vs the D7100?

I'd just go with the d7100 unless you plan on using the more compact 1 series lenses. Even so, the d7100 isn't that much larger and has a bigger sensor and optical viewfinder.

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 15:06 Quote
singlespeedtoday wrote:
Preview shot.

Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://oi60.tinypic.com/29lfpfd.jpg

I recently got around to developing this roll of film. Ilford FP4+ in Ilfotec DD-X N+1.

I'm not completely happy with the shot, not disappointed though. Definitely want to go back any try something a bit different compositionally.


Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 15:24 Quote
PHeller wrote:
So no comments or suggestions on the mirrorless Nikon 1 V1/2/3 vs the D7100?

D7100 no question, they aren't even comparable. If you are serious about mirror-less though, I would skip Nikon's 1 system and look elsewhere. The 1 series isn't bad in and of itself, but there's just so many more exciting cameras... Fuji, Panasonic, Olympus, and Sony all come to mind.

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 18:30 Quote
Just wondering what you guys all charge for prints. I know this question gets brought up every now and then, but someone wants to buy some prints from me and I have no idea how much to charge. I'm not an established photographer whatsoever and the buyer wants to purchase them as a gift to send to a friend in New Zealand. The photos would likely be landscapes of scenery here in Alberta. I'd like to make some money off of the images, but more than anything I want to offer them at a fair price. I don't want to under or oversell myself. Here is how much my costs would be at my local photo center.

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 19:33 Quote
singlespeedtoday wrote:
singlespeedtoday wrote:
Preview shot.

Unsecure image, only https images allowed: http://oi60.tinypic.com/29lfpfd.jpg

I recently got around to developing this roll of film. Ilford FP4+ in Ilfotec DD-X N+1.

I'm not completely happy with the shot, not disappointed though. Definitely want to go back any try something a bit different compositionally.


the root being cut off at the bottom sorta bugs me, but i enjoy it otherwise!

Posted: Jun 2, 2014 at 21:21 Quote
justin99 wrote:
Just wondering what you guys all charge for prints. I know this question gets brought up every now and then, but someone wants to buy some prints from me and I have no idea how much to charge. I'm not an established photographer whatsoever and the buyer wants to purchase them as a gift to send to a friend in New Zealand. The photos would likely be landscapes of scenery here in Alberta. I'd like to make some money off of the images, but more than anything I want to offer them at a fair price. I don't want to under or oversell myself. Here is how much my costs would be at my local photo center.

Price depends on the size, quality and presentation of the print. As photographers, we have a responsibility to set the standard for our work. The way I see it, better to offer a quality print at a higher price than a mediocre print at a lower price.

I don't think it would be unreasonable to ask anywhere in the $60-$120 range for a medium sized signed and mounted archival print, spending a third of that on materials.

Posted: Jun 3, 2014 at 8:36 Quote
My prints run at 400 to 600 for a 20" x 20" print, loose. Given the print quality and paper are fantastic, and cost me a good chunk of change (around the 100 mark).

Posted: Jun 6, 2014 at 12:55 Quote
Self portrait of what I do. Timing this was a killer with the self-timer.


Posted: Jun 6, 2014 at 20:43 Quote
Little heavy on the faded blacks for my taste but otherwise killer! I like!

Posted: Jun 7, 2014 at 8:28 Quote
Thanks! Yeah I botched the blacks a bit because I'm lazy and there was some shit in the backround haha. I'll take it into PS and see what I can do.

Posted: Jun 7, 2014 at 12:36 Quote
https://vimeo.com/96916713


 
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