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D200 Remote Shutter Release

d200 remote shutter release
    shutter release
  • The button you press to take the picture. Often half pressing the Shutter Release activates the autofocus, auto exposure and vibration reduction, and a full press is required to actually take the picture.
  • The mechanism, usually a button on the top of the camera, that activates the shutter to expose the film.
  • The button on a camera that is pressed to make the shutter open
  • (of a place) Situated far from the main centers of population in a country
  • distant: located far away spatially; "distant lands"; "remote stars"
  • remote control: a device that can be used to control a machine or apparatus from a distance; "he lost the remote for his TV"
  • (of a place) Far away; distant
  • (of an electronic device) Operating or operated by means of radio or infrared signals
  • outside: very unlikely; "an outside chance"; "a remote possibility"; "a remote contingency"
  • The Nikon D200 is a 10.2 megapixel digital single-lens reflex camera that falls between entry-level/midrange DSLR cameras such as the Nikon D40, Nikon D40x, and D80 and high-end models such as the Nikon D2Hs and D2Xs. It was released by the Nikon Corporation in November 2005.
  • D200 is a state road connecting Plovanija border crossing and Buje, as well as A9/B9 expressway Umag interchange via Z5002 county road. The road is 7.6 km long.

Point Sur Lighthouse
Point Sur Lighthouse
Full Disclosure: I usually use PhotoShop tools and filters to enhance whatever pixels there are in an image but this time I couldn't resist making an out and out addition. The beam of light streaming out of the Point Sur lighthouse was added using a technique I culled from the book "Creative Photoshop Lighting Techniques" (page 142 to give full credit and sourcing). I tried to do it subtly and given that there was a heavy mist in the sky that evening the effect could have been real, though difficult to capture. One of the keys to making the light beam work is that the color of the gradient is based on a sampling of the color in the actual light source itself. This is also the first shot I have posted using a recently acquired Nikkor 800mm f/5.6 lens, in this case also with a Kenko 2x tele-converter, which means it is really a 1600mm and considering the 1.5x crop factor on a digital Nikon, it is more like a 2400mm! The lighthouse was over 8 MILES away. I was going for a "stacking" effect and it worked here. The biggest challenge with this rig is lens shake. Even the slightest breeze causes a problem. Not only did I have it mounted on a Wemberly head, I also used a remote shutter release and mirror lock up, which means I could not look through the viewfinder to try and time the lighthouse beacon flash. Instead I had to visually try to anticipate the flash, which to the naked eye was a bare twinkle in the far distance. The final effect is not quite as sharp as I would like but has a nice atmospheric feel and given the conditions under which it was shot I am happy with the overall effect. If you want to see where this was shot from, click on the prior shot in my photostream and check out the note, which highlights where Point Sur is. In reality this lighthouse is no longer "commissioned". It is maintained by a group of volunteers who lovingly keep it operating for moments such as this. Thank you all for the wonderful compliments. I have never had so many comments so quickly! Had more than 300 views, 60 comments and 50 faves less than 12 hours after I posted the image. Nice to know something other than a naked body can attract attention on Flickr (not that I have anything against the human form in all its glory). I have to admit I sort of thought this shot through in advance. I knew I was going to be in Carmel for Christmas and used to live there, so I knew the location well. And I had read about the lighting technique. Just needed the right shot to make it work. Nice when a plan comes together and works.
Where Angels Fear To Tread
Where Angels Fear To Tread
Taken for Active Assignment Weekly WIT: Nikon D200 DSLR, 27-70mm f2.8 Nikor lens, Flash set to commander mode at -0.3 EV with SB800 flash unit set up as remote -at 2.0 EV 2 feet and 30 degrees away. Small make-up board (for stained glass actually) some sawdust, one Aussie beer bottle, one Yank soft drink bottle, hammer, 150lb anvil, 3 shopping bags stuffed one inside the other. Smash bottles. Setup used a black backdrop cloth. One willing daughter to stand with foot poised over glass (and to one side for safety reasons.) One photographer to sit on the cold, harsh concrete and slave over the shutter release, issuing commands such as, "higher!, tilt, pan, shift, hold it..." Not what I'd hoped for, but after missing 3 in a row, all I had was 40 minutes did what I could!

d200 remote shutter release
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black wooden blinds
swing canopy fabric
day bed with canopy
window sun shades
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shutter shades pack
wide window shades