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Stylius says


Wow! Amazing photos, :bigsmile: what camera and lens did you get?
Thanks, Franklin! =)
Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 17-55 f2,8 + Nikkor 70-200 f2.8 (first version).

About how much is it? $$

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Dirtyflint says

Thanks for good words, OriginalEXE. Really pleasure. =)


About how much is it? $$
I buy camera in market and lens from ebay.
It cost around 3000$ (camera 1000$ and each lens around 1000-1200$). For my country it is very, very, VERY expensive, but I like it and I have good sales on AudioJungle.
=)

P.S. I buy expensive lens because I traveling around Asia by motorcycle – everyday I and my camera very dirty and dusty. If you not traveller, you can buy less expensive lenses.

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Stylius says

Thanks for good words, OriginalEXE. Really pleasure. =)

About how much is it? $$
I buy camera in market and lens from ebay.
It cost around 3000$ (camera 1000$ and each lens around 1000-1200$). For my country it is very, very, VERY expensive, but I like it and I have good sales on AudioJungle.
=)
P.S. I buy expensive lens because I traveling around Asia by motorcycle – everyday I and my camera very dirty and dusty. If you not traveller, you can buy less expensive lenses.

Sadly I am not that fascinated about photography, but I bet it is a good camera!! Enjoy it and good luck on your traveling!! ;)

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ToivoMedia says

Great photos, Dirtyflint!

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Dirtyflint says

Awesome photos, perfect colors!
Thank you, Martin. I only learn to photograph. Then it will be better!
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urbanray says

@Dirtyflint: Amazing photos :)

Just a question, did you do any processing on the above photos (eg. Photoshop etc), or are they directly out of your camera? Would it be possible to take such photos with the default 18-55mm kit lens wich comes with the Nikon cameras?

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Dirtyflint says

Just a question…
Hello, urbanray.
Of course, these photos I was correct in Photoshop. I think, any landscape need correct, because landscape have BIG dynamic range and photo need compressed light and dark.
Default kit lens can use for landscape, (especially if the photos will be small). For portrait kit lens not very good – small diaphragm not give a good blur background to photo.
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dreams…

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urbanray says


Just a question…
Hello, urbanray.
Of course, these photos I was correct in Photoshop. I think, any landscape need correct, because landscape have BIG dynamic range and photo need compressed light and dark.
Default kit lens can use for landscape, (especially if the photos will be small). For portrait kit lens not very good – small diaphragm not give a good blur background to photo.

Is it possible to see the totally unedited first and second photo? I would love to see the difference. If its possible, please post. Thanks :)

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Dirtyflint says

Is it possible to see the totally unedited first and second photo? I would love to see the difference. If its possible, please post. Thanks :)

No problems. ;)

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