Tag Archives: D200

15 Dec
Arctic Wolf about face

© Mike Lentz Photograph by Mike Lentz, MikeLentzPhotography.com/ Date: March 3, 2007 Camera: Nikon D200 Focal Length: 300mm Aperature: f/8 ISO/Film: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/2000 sec Tripod: No Note: Mike Lentz captured this beautiful picture of a white wolf in the snow. By the wolf licking his lips and the snow spraying from the front

26 Oct
Canoeist

©Klaus Fies Photograph by Klaus Fies, http://www.PixelDreamer.de Date: June 25, 2008 Camera: Nikon D200 Focal Length: 147mm Aperature: f/2.8 ISO: 400 Exposure: 1/3000 sec Note: Klaus Fies photo engages the audience with the level of detail in his composition.  Notice the wear and tear on the man’s helmet.  It suggests that he’s probably a seasoned

23 Oct
A Ghost

©Frank Boenigk Photograph by Frank Boenigk, Photoschau.de Date: February 17, 2007 Camera: Nikon D200 Focal Length: 18mm Aperature: f/3.5 ISO: 100 Exposure: 6 seconds Note: Frank Boenigk kept the shutter open for 6 seconds to capture this ghostly image. Reminds me of a still shot from a movie. When keeping the shutter open for longer

21 Oct
Pillow Fight

©Owen Billcliffe Photograph by Owen Billcliffe, MyGlassEye.net Location: Leicester Square, London Date: March 23, 2008 Camera: Nikon D200 Focal Length: 65mm Aperature: f/5 ISO: 200 Exposure: 1/1250 sec Flash: No Note: This photo by Owen Billcliffe shows the madness of a huge pillow fight in Leicester Square, London. Once a year, hundreds of people gather

20 Oct
The Long and Winding Road

©Marta Barcelo Photograph by Marta Barcelo, Marta.com Location: Alaska Date: 2011 Camera: Nikon D700 Focal Length: 35mm Aperature: f/9 ISO: 200 Exposure: 1/320 sec Flash: No Note: The long and winding road is a nice photo from Marta Barcelo. I love the way your eye is lead throughout this photo. The dust from the dirt

16 Oct
The Stillness

©Frank Boenigk Photograph by Frank Boenigk, Photoschau.de Date: January 2, 2009 Camera: Nikon D200 Focal Length: 12mm Aperature: f/6.3 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/100 Note: This photo has more depth than just a rail in a field. Notice the direction of the skyline with the rail. The rust on the rail only explains that it has