The arrival of the 24MP D7100 comes two-and-a-half years after the announcement of its predecessor the D7000, and it's a pretty serious upgrade. Significantly, Nikon Europe's presentation of the camera describes the D7100 as the company's 'flagship DX model', and omitted mention of the D300S in the company's DSLR lineup. Certainly, the gap between the D7100 and D600 now leaves little obvious room for a 'D400.'
Fabulous blog on the basic's of digital photography. Each post is a new lesson w/ an activity to do to make you learn your camera. Perfect for Nikon or Canon owners. (RT @dan_bowen: Fabulous blog on the basic's of digital photography.
Last week I had a reader tell me he’d like to see some discussion on the blog about how to improve his real estate workflow in Aperture. As he gets busier he wants to speed up his workflow without sacrificing quality.
Sirrah Lore's insight:
I started with Aperture but switched to Lightroom about a year ago. I am pretty happy with Lightroom. Love the workflow and ease of use.
Most people selling their home or property do not realise how important it is to have professional quality photographs. They are happy to let the real estate agent snap a few photos and put them online. This can cost you dearly! Research proves that homes for sale with professional photos sell for thousands more than those with amateur photos.
Thanks to the OPPT Canada gang for sharing. About: Former CBS Anchorman, Dan Rather, speaks to an audience about how corporate broadcasters have compromised journalistic integrity by satisfy...
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I grew up listening to Dan Rather. I got real news, not the corporate crap that is fed to the people today. This is different than regualr posts but falls under the heading of photojounalism. Please watch and share.
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