I think I know why. The people there asks for money when you want to take a pic of the yak (whether you are riding it or not). So most likely he shot from his waist using a wide angle.Originally posted by Mudpool
Slides? Colour looks great!!! I like the cow, but the ppl besides it are kinda distracting.
Oops, it's a yak;p
Good thing you have ND filter. While I was there, the light was so good, that even with Velvia @ ISO 50, f/22 and polarizer, I can only get 1/2s - 1s. Can't get longer than that.Originally posted by zapp!
f22, 1s using ND4 filter.
Rule of thumb for waterfall shots is long exposures...usually 1/2 a half second or more is great...of course, the longer the better...
Use Cokin filters...they work BEAUTIFULLY with the D30/60s...cos of the 1.6x multiplier...no vignetting...Originally posted by tomshen
zapp, How much did u paid for a ND filter? What's the size? I need a 82mm ND filter for my Sigma 20mm, seems exp
btw, which lens did u use to take the pix here?
Slides are still unbeatable in that aspect. Projected to 2m wide, it's really incredible.Originally posted by zapp!
Ha i wished the D30 could really beat slides in terms of color...
I just saw my friend's Tibet slides...brings tears to my eyes...SUPER rich colors.
I brought one digital, one film and always have to decide which one to use. ;p In the end, I use the film camera loaded with slides to shoot landscapes, and the digital for street, snapshots, etc.Originally posted by tomshen
That's why i will bring two cameras in my future trips, one for digital one for slides But the problem is: double worries
Yes I agree. Though digital resolution is catching up film camera, but in terms of colour and contrast, digital probably still has a fair bit to go...Originally posted by ckiang
Slides are still unbeatable in that aspect. Projected to 2m wide, it's really incredible.