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  1. Pictures without a claim to artistic value. Just for the holiday, inexorably approaching each house. Although probably not everyone. Somewhere it is not celebrated, or it is otherwise called. In general, winter, cold, frost and beauty. 1 _DSF3554 by Александр Пустоваров, on Flickr 2 _DSF3518 by Александр Пустоваров, on Flickr 3 _DSF3512 by Александр Пустоваров, on Flickr
  2. This post is kind of a mixed bag, it's about the quality of images with a cheap kit lens and about the shooting experience. It's a tradition for me to visit and photograph the annual Christmas Market at our local garden centre. In the past I took my Nikon Df and Olympus E-M10 cameras with fast lenses, useful because the event is indoor and quite dark. This time I took my D5500 with the El Cheapo (only € 69 for a white box version in Holland) variable/slow aperture Nikon 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 AF-P lens. I also planned to use the Jpeg images and apply minimal post processing. The end result imo is quite ok but the shooting experience was less of a pleasure. The D5500 has a tiny dark viewfinder, viewing the focus point was very difficult if not impossible and after a while I had a headache from tunnel vision. I also had to correct exposure quite a lot (due to Jpeg + minimal post processing) and I dearly missed the live view of the exposure in the EVF of a mirrorless camera. For some shots I switched to live view on the D5500 but the camera then is more prone to camera shake so this was not ideal. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  3. My Nikon Df felt neglected after noticing lately I've used the Olympus E-M10 almost exclusively. So last week I took the Df to our local Christmas market in an attempt to lessen it's jealousy. Of course I was once again impressed with the ease the Df sensor produces gorgeous images. And once again I was less impressed with the not so stellar AF performance in low light. All images Nikon Df, lenses Nikkor 28mm f2.8 AIs, 50mm f.18 AF-S and 85mm f1.8 AF-S. Please view large. 1. 28mm iso 1.600 2. 28mm iso 1.600 3. 28mm iso 1.600 4. 85mm iso 1.600 5. 85mm iso 1.600 6. 85mm iso 1.600 7. 85mm iso 1.600 8. 50mm iso 3.200 9. 50mm iso 3.200
  4. The BC Legislature building adds Christmas colour to it's lights for the festive season. The crescent moon and Jupiter in the twilight sky were an added bonus. D200 + 12-24mm f/4 Dec.21, 2009
  5. Eleanor will be three months old tomorrow - sleeping on my chest as I type.
  6. This couple actually celebrates their 50th anniversary today, 25 December 2012.