Some of my photos. Here you go, Egg.


#202

Yes, it does. And that’s what I used for my photos.
Like I said, it’s what I use the most. Probably because I started with Lightroom so I’m more familiar with it than the other editing software that I have.

And I don’t have the latest version, either. I DLed mine for free so my version is a few years old but it still does the job.


#203

I’ve been using PhotoShop since it came out back in the early 90’s… Gotten used to all those tools.

When I first started out I was shooting film with my SLR, then developing the black and white film and printing out 8x10’s. I would scan in my photos and open them up in PhotoShop… then retouch them, or trace over them as reference for illustrations.

Still pretty much stuck in the Adobe world - I use Illustrator, PhotoShop InDesign, Animate and Acrobat pretty much exclusively.


#204

I used to use Photoshop many years ago.
When I decided to take up photography, I needed an editing software and I did some research and Lightroom was recommended to me over Photoshop so I went with Lightroom.

Lightroom is made by Adobe, also.


#205

I’m so ghetto. I use Picasa3.


#206

Anyone ever try aperture?


#207

I was going to try it but it’s been discontinued.


#208


#209

Just updated my shit and got a Nikon D7200. I’ve been tasked with shooting stuff at work, so it seemed like a good time to buy, certainly since they have an older Canon there, and I am a Nikon guy.


#210

Excellent camera. I had a 7100 at one time a few years back but it was toouch camera for me at the time.


#211

I got it yesterday and did a few test photos, but have a project today, so I’ll see how it goes in vivo. It’s light years ahead of my D40X and I’m already very pleased.


#212

Are you using prime lenses?


#213

One of the reasons I bought a Nikon is because i have used them since I studied photo in college. I have a pile of lenses and the D7200 has very good backwards compatibility. My primes are a 28 and a 50 (based on style and subject matter, no telephotos), but for work I need flexibility so I’m using a 18-55.


#214

You should find yourself and 18-135 Nikkor and/or a Tamron 18-200. Readily available used stock that is affordable.


#215

I’ve had good luck with Tamron in the past. Going to work a bit with what I have for now and see what the job demands are before I spend more, as the D7200 itself was a bit of an extravagance.

Pretty sure I will mostly be doing closer quarters stuff. I picked up an older Nikkor 75-300 AF in a thrift store for $15 a few years back. Finally had a chance to see if it works–and it does, though its focus is slow as shit.