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David Busch's Compact Field Guide for the Nikon D5100
Are you tired of squinting at the tiny color coded tables and difficult-to-read text you find on the typical laminated reference card that you keep with you when you're in the field or on location? Well throw away your cheat sheets and command cards! DAVID BUSCH'S COMPACT FIELD GUIDE FOR THE NIKON D5100 is your solution. This new, lay-flat, spiral bound, reference guide condenses all the must-have information you need while shooting into a portable book you'll want to permanently tuck into your camera bag. You'll find every settings option for your Nikon D5100 listed, along with advice on why you should use--or not use--each adjustment. Useful tables provide recommended settings for a wide variety of shooting situations, including landscapes, portraits, sports, close-ups, and travel. With this guide on hand, you have all the information you need at your fingertips so you can confidently use your camera on-the-go.82% (9)
Be the Photographer ...
I always find those endless discussions about which camera should a person get ... Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus ... blah,blah, blah ... more or less boring because it assumes that if you buy a certain brand or type of camera that suddenly and magically your photos will be more interesting or better somehow. Not necessarily true, a lot depends on the photographer's skill and how they choose to frame an element or what subjects they perceive to try to find in the environment and try to capture in a brief flash or moment (with the knowledge of how best to quickly adjust the camera settings according to the situation). I've seen great photos from compacts, and I've also seen terrible photos from DSLRS, so the camera alone, doesn't make you instantly better (necessarily), especially if you don't know how to handle your camera to the best of its ability. I'd say, who cares, pick a camera and start taking photos. Maybe one day, there'll be a camera that can do your shopping, wash your clothes, pay your bills, and drive the kids to school ... until then, almost any camera can take a decent photo in the right conditions. I think the digital era in cameras has possibly produced a lot of camera snobs, falsely believing that a single brand or camera, would make them an instantly great photographer overnight. That's totally BS ... learn how to use your camera, have fun, experiment, learn from experience,listen, observe your surroundings, look at a variety of photography styles, study composition, etc ... those elements would help you make yourself a better photographer, rather than the latest camera. To be a photographer, one must photograph. No amount of book learning, no checklist of seminars attended, can substitute for the simple act of making pictures. Experience is the best teacher of all. And for that, there are no guarantees that one will become an artist. Only the Journey matters." - Harry CallahanDay 90 - Bye bye baby
Apr 2nd I have decided to sell my Canon G9. This camera has served me well as the best compact packed with features. Despite being fully loaded with tech. It has seen that much actions while in my care. As I love my DSLR so much that the occasion has to be pretty 'extreme' for me to leave my big camera at home in favour of this pocket size baby. To be honest I am a little sad having to give it up. However my little amount of use don't do its justice and the prospect of better use in someone else's hand make more sense. I am basically trading this in for a prime lens for my Nikon D300. In terms of technology I am feeling a little unbalanced trade from a powerful compact camera for a small lens made of couple of pieces of glass. The thing with gadgets and technology is that one should get too emotionally attached to it. My camera is merely a tool for me to do take pictures. The proof is in the pictures I produce not how many kits I have in my collection. My previous consideration of trading in my Minolta bodies and lenses for a Nikon D3100 is a silly idea. I don't need a second camera that's not better than my D300. It will just be another second camera that I don't use, or very little use at all. So the decision has been made from here forth my focus is onwards and upwards not sidewards with more superfluous kits...dear Santa please send me a D700 for christmas this year... My Canon Powershot G9 kit consisted of: Body Batteries - one Canon original + 2 generic replacements (one of which is brand new) Sandisk Extreme III SDHC 4GB card Sandisk MircoMate SD card USB reader Canon 32MB SD card (not shown here, only just find it in the box) Charger USB cable Video cable Strap (never been used) Lowepro D-Res 10AW case (all weather case with rain cover) 2011-Project365-090_NIK9768b
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