Posts Tagged ‘Nikon 70-300mm’

The Red Rose..

March 23, 2012 Leave a comment

This Red Rose is trying to smell and inhaled the dew drops. From London 2010 collection.

~: Camera Setting :~:
Camera Nikon D90
Exposure 0.004 sec (1/250)
Aperture f/5.0
Focal Length 112mm [Nikon 70-300mm VR]
ISO Speed 400
Exposure Bias 0 EV


The Three Pigeons

August 14, 2011 Leave a comment

Using a Nikon D90 with Nikon 70-300mm lens and from 40m away and about 25m height, on the head of the tree I get this shot for a three pigeons; the camera in hand and VR ON.

Another Sample for the Green Preset..

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Some time you may want to add more Green colors to your photos, here is a LightRoom 2 preset file that i create to do this and you can see the sample shot on the left the Yellow rose without the Green Preset filter and on the right is the same shot after applying the filter..
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you can download this preset from The Download Section..

Sun Eclipse Lens cover … Create One..

June 20, 2011 9 comments

How to create a sun eclipse cover for the camera lens you have?

What do you need?
* Cardboard – any color.
* A4 paper or any paper that can be twisted around the lens.
* Camera Film.
* Tape (Masking/Duct Tape)
* The lens that you want to use. (I prepare two covers for my Nikon 70-300mm, and Sigma 50-500mm)

Assemble it..
* Put the lens on the card board and draw a circle around the lens.
* Draw a rectangle in the middle of the circle and cut it out,
The cutting area must be smaller than the film width/height.

The RED rectangular is the Film size, you have to cut the GRAY (Smaller) rectangular

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* Fix the film on the card,

for now, you have the cardboard and the Film taped on it you need another one step to start shooting the sun in the mid of day.

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* Make a Cylinder of the A4 and use the tape to fix it.
* Place the Card inside the Cylinder (on the top of one side – left 1cm) and use the tape to fix it.

Now you have this, and it’s complete, just fix it on the top of the lens and shot the sun.

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Final result… the cover for the Nikon 70-300mm

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Done …

Here is a shots for the sun and it was great to see the small black spot on the sun! i don’t know what is it but it’s there you can see it, too make sure it is not a dust on my lens; i move the camera to the right and left but the spot dose’t move which mean it it not on the camera it is something on the sun or close to it it may be a planet… Have Fun

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The Camera Setting
Exposure Time = 1/1250″
F Number = F13
Exposure Program = Manual
Date Time Original = 2011-06-20 16:02:48
Exposure Bias Value = +5EV
Focal Length = 1000mm

A Struggle for Bread Crumbs, The Bird Story

December 25, 2010 1 comment

Looking for the foods is one of main duty of all creatures from Human to smallest Bug, Birds are an example and not an exception.Here is The Bird Story and the Struggle for Bread Crumbs..

Small birds are struggle for bread crumbs, they were about 3 meters away, I used my Nikon 70-300mm to freeze the moment, all happens in my home garden.
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This Bulbul just arrived to join and enjoy the Bread Crumbs Party, So can he take-part in this meal? Or the Small Birds have another thing to say. …
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After three minutes of Attempt and Failure to get some of the Bread Crumbs, the Bulbul withdraw with True Disappointment.
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When it comes to size, the largest often wins, or gets the biggest share, This is what happened at the “Bread Crumbs Party”, the Pigeon got the biggest share.

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At the end, Life Goes On; And Tomorrow will be another day with another Bread Crumbs..


Flowers Park

November 10, 2010 5 comments

Flowers are the most beautiful things in the word, colos shaps and smells. In this article I will post some photos in some of them I will add the ‘Before & After’ applying some effects and filters in Photo shop.

Red roses are the most famous one, but others White, yellow and pink are beautiful to.

Here are some effect on the Yellow flower:

Before After

In this one you can see the Fractalius Effect..
The original shot..

Effect 1 Effect 2

Another one with some drops on it, here are the camera setting:

:: Camera Setting ::
CameraNikon D90
Exposure0.002 sec (1/640)
Focal Length180 mm [Nikon 70-300mm VR]
ISO Speed400
Exposure Bias0 EV

I use Camera Nikon D90 with Nikon 35mm lens @ F/1.8, No Flash, Exposure 1/4000 sec.

I miss the first day of its life, it’s clear that some part of it been wilted.
:: Camera Setting ::
CameraNikon D90
Exposure1/4000 sec
Focal Length35 mm [Nikon 35mm]
ISO Speed400
Exposure Bias+2/3 EV
FlashNo Flash

The last one in this post with Nikon 70-300mm lens, Camera: Nikon D90
Exposure: 0.01 sec (1/100)
Aperture: f/5.6
Focal Length:300 mm
ISO Speed:400
Exposure Bias:+7/3 EV
Flash: No Flash

For more flowers Click Here to see them on my Flickr.