Sunday, September 16, 2007

Nikon D300 Image quality

Initial impression from these images - a particular photographers ability to compose, light a subject and post process an image rather than the technical competence of the camera. It looks like the photograph is supposed to relay a sense of soft dreaminess. These D300 samples are excellent for judging shadow noise, looks like no noise at all in the shadows, very clean. According to Bjorn D300 has an increase of 1.5 , 2 stops over the D200. Nikon is telling us that D300’s iso 200 is better than D200 at iso 100 with greater dynamic range of 1 stop without compromising on noise from higher pixels. more

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Flower Potrait


EXIF Data
FujiFlim FinePix S6000fd
Color Represntation sRGB
Shutter Spped 1/45 Sec.
Lens Aperture F/2.8
Focal Length 6 mm
ISO Speed ISO-400
Metering Mode Pattern
Exposure Program Potrait Mode

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Back to Digital Photography



I am back to digital photography after a long break. This time I am using FujiFlim FinePix S6000fd.

EXIF Data
FujiFlim FinePix S6000fd
Color Represntation sRGB
Shutter Spped 1/45 Sec.
Lens Aperture F/2.8
Focal Length 6 mm
ISO Speed ISO-400
Metering Mode Pattern
Exposure Program Potrait Mode

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Tigers come of age


Seasoned observers whopped with incredulity while a large Easter-holiday crowd (including vast swathes of schoolchildren bussed in en mass) celebrated the triumph of David over Goliath.

Perhaps though, when we look back in years to come, this result will be considered the day the Tigers reached maturity in the international arena. more

tags: sports, worldcup cricket

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Spirited Bangladesh upset India

Bangladesh sealed a famous five-wicket victory against India with a
thrilling performance in Port-of-Spain. Three of their teenagers
passed fifty, 17-year- old Tamim Iqbal with calypso strokes in a
stunning 51 off 53 balls. more

tags: sports, worldcup cricket

Thursday, November 30, 2006

somewhere

"Sometimes I do get to places just when God's ready to have somebody click the shutter." - Ansel Adams

Photography by Roman Johnston