Blog posts tagged 'D600'

Best way to remove dust from your DSLR sensor

Even though there are numerous advantages that digital cameras have over film, there are a few key disadvantages. One clear inconvenience with DSLRs is sensor dust. The image sensor in a DSLR is static—it isn’t constantly refreshed like film would be in a traditional camera—and overtime specs of dust are bound to find it and attempt to ruin your images. Chances are, there’s at least one speck of dust on your sensor right now. Of course, depending on your...

Tips on shooting from a helicopter

When I went to Kauai in September I knew I was going on a helicopter tour. I had never flown in a helicopter let alone tried to takes photos from one. I feel pretty confident shooting from the ground. I usually know which lens to grab and camera settings to use for a particular situation. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from riding in a helicopter though so I did a bunch of research...

Atelier Crenn gallery added

I posted photos from Jon's and my fifth anniversary dinner today in the Atelier Crenn gallery! The restaurant, located in the Marina district of San Francisco, is owned and run by Chef Dominique Crenn. Her tasting menu is a poem, where each line of the poem represents a different course. The food was delicious and uniquely presented, sometimes disguised as things one might find in the forest. Atelier Crenn earned two Michelin stars in the...

Full Frame

After a waiting a few years for Nikon to release an update to the D300s I’d been using, I finally made the jump to full frame when the D600 was announced. Here's why I made the decision and why I think I'm better off with this camera than the one I thought I wanted. First, why upgrade cameras at all? I bought the D300s when it was first announced in mid-2009. Its predecessor, the D300, was highly...