Borkware Photoblog

March 29, 2008

New Gallery: Bones And Stones

Filed under: D3, gallery, technique — Mark Dalrymple @ 3:23 am
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New Gallery, where Torin and I go on a photo shoot in the Oakland area of Pittsburgh. Originally we were going to do street / architecture stuff, but the weather was truly dreadful, so we went into the Carnegie Dinosaur Museum Thing, and also Heinz Chapel.

For folks who question the usefulness of the Nikon D3(00) Live View mode, I must say that it made many of these shots much easier, both in getting critical focus, and for composition where the camera was in an awkward position on the tripod. Much easier to see the screen than to look through the view finder upside down hanging by a rope, or something like that.

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March 28, 2008

New Gallery: Ta Rent ‘Em

Filed under: gallery — Mark Dalrymple @ 1:14 am
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New Gallery, taken during some other errands today, around the little town of Tarentum, PA. Very gray, overcast day, and was spitting rain.

March 24, 2008

New Gallery : Good Easter Friday Day

Filed under: gallery — Mark Dalrymple @ 2:13 am

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New gallery – some Good Friday and Easter shots at First Lutheran in Leechburg (PA).

March 7, 2008

Focal Length Comparison

Filed under: lenses — Mark Dalrymple @ 1:04 am

Ever wondered how different focal lengths comare? Tamron has a cool interactive
focal length comparison tool.

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