I finally did it. I treated myself to the Nikon D800 and the 3 Nikon lenses, “the dreamteam”. Since I got this camera I take less, but better pictures. I practice a lot, there’s so much learn to get the optimum out this jewel of a camera. I’m so happy that Stefano now writes about his experience with the camera and shares he thoughts with us.
Thank you so much, dear Stefano! 🙂
If you have been following the photography part of this blog for a while, you will have noticed that I do not talk about equipment, let alone brands, because I think what matters most are the principles of photography and, ultimately, the photographer who is behind the camera. A photographer may have the best gear in the world, but if he/she does not master the technique to make the best of it or lacks creativity or artistic sensitivity, then the resulting photographs will be either technically inadequate or incapable of expressing an artistic message.
However, a dear reader who knows I have (and love) a Nikon D800 and who has recently bought one herself asked whether I would post some advice as to how to effectively set it up, so here I am talking about equipment! 😉
In my view, the D800 is a wonderfully capable and powerful camera…
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