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October 7, 2012
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Hi…. I use D7000 to take this photo.
https://easy-exposure.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/p1u67-Night-pic.jpg

October 9, 2012
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I think it looks very nice. I like the rich blue color of the sky. I wish the building had a bit more windows with light in them, but you really have not control over this, just timing.

October 10, 2012
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Hi… Oksana I am so happy to see your comment about this photo.Thank you so much. Also I would like to tell you that I just got my new D800. Hope to upload more pics in here.Thank You

October 10, 2012
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Congratulation! Hope to see some photos soon! I am very happy with my D800, just need to stock up on storage – files are huge, lol.
What lenses do you have for it?

October 10, 2012
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I’d be interested in what DX lenses you both have used on the D800 and if they worked well with the full frame camera.
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October 12, 2012
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Hi Oksana. I would like to request you to post a video of how to get sharp and quality picture by setting the camera menu. I also have some problem with D800. The picture is not as sharp as the D7000. For low light conditions, need to raise high ISO to bright up the picture. When i want to shoot group picture at F5.6, shutter speed 60. I feel that it is not bright enough compared to the D7000. I have Sigma 70-200/24-70 and also i have Nikon 50mm. I use these lenses with D800 but i feel that it is still under exposure. I hope that you can help me on this above matter. Thank You.

October 12, 2012
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Hi Mandrake. Thank you for your comment. I used the lenses in my earlier reply to Miss Oksana. I did not use DX lense with D800 yet.Thank You.

January 27, 2013
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congratsSmile.. Nice shot…

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February 13, 2013
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Hi indika, you must put some avatar on your member picture, almost didn’t recognaise you!
I Like very much your picture nice colours, lights and reflection on water. About the lenses, your Sigma lenses are 2.8? This could help in low light conditions. D800 is a camera with a lot of megapixels, it takes more time to process the images. About ISO, do you shoot in RAW 14 bits with no losscompression? You’ll get better results on the maximum mode the D800 can provide. If you take the pictures with long exposures, take it with remote shutter with cable, in 51 points AF-S and mirror up option, it should be sharper .

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That’s an amazing part in the area of art. I learned it while researching the types of Photography. The scenes look amazing if the exposure and lighting are properly set up.

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