Here’s one from last night’s shoot at Glacier (click for a larger version). It was raining pretty steadily last night, so our sunset shoot was out, but when it rains it’s the perfect time to shoot streams (you can get that silky water from long exposures, and the rocks are wet, too). Unfortunately, this is shot at 100 ISO, so it doesn’t take advantage of the D3’s incredibly low noise, but I thought I’d at least throw one up. I’ve learned more cool things about the D3, and I’ll share more next week.
I’ve gotten a lot of questions about the D300, but unfortunately there’s not one here for me to shoot, so at this point, I have no idea how it compares to the D3, but as soon as I get to field test one; you’ll be the first to know.
I got a couple of shots this morning at our dawn shoot, and I’ve another shoot late this afternoon (it’s still cold, but not as cold, and it’s a bright beautiful day. I’m lovin’ it!). Have a great weekend everybody, and I’ll see you on Monday.
nikon D3 “d3 camera images”
Louis Dallara Louis is a Fine Art photographer who photographs landscapes in the Pine lands of New Jersey. His prints are available at https://luminous-art-gallery.com/