Park Sunset

Chaos - (c) 2014 Gerard Blacklock

Chaos – (c) 2014 Gerard Blacklock
D750 coupled with Nikkor 300m f4 @85mm Aperture: f/5.0 and Shutter Speed: 1/800s
ISO 400
out front – chaos in the wind @ sunset

So Chaos says to me:
“are you taking some photos of sunset today?”
me: “hmmm, I had not planned to, why?”
chaos:” can we go and take pictures of sunset… pleaaaasseee?”
me:” sure why not.. its not a school night”
(i don’t take much convincing .. :) )
after some negotiations with the boss we were off :)

Anyway, there was not much photo taking but lots of running up and down hills, rolling down hills and getting burrs/bindies in the hair :)

So, I definitely wore chaos out.. but geez.. i think I am gonna have to go to fitness class, its getting to be a struggle to keep up with her :)

On another note, the dynamic range of the +My Nikon Life D750 is pretty astounding, this shot was straight into the sunset and I was going for some silhouettes, however i was surprised at the dynamic range straight out of the camera not to mention the ability to pull shadows and highlights from the raw file – which now, by the way is supported by +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom straight out of the box. Alot of my processing is being done solely in LR5 now thanks to nikons poor form in not making CNX2 compatible.

Anyway.. the dynamic range is a substantial jump from my other crop sensor camera… the D7000 nicely done nikon.

Exif/setup data:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 300m f4 @85mm Aperture: f/5.0 and Shutter Speed: 1/800s
ISO 400
out front – chaos in the wind @ sunset

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19 thoughts on “Park Sunset

  1. Sounds like a very nice evening spent with your daughter.
    Thanks for the info on the D750, I'm interested in that body and it's great to hear first hand experiences.

  2. Cheers +Marc Briggs , interesting enough I have another image similar to this where I nearly fell off the chair with the dynamic range it captured – I have been meaning to do a personal review of the D750 and will do when I get some time – it is just a perspective thing coming from a D7000

  3. One of the best shots I've seen….so special! Well, what is most beautiful in the world the sincere smile of a child!!! Chaos, you are wonderful and dad has caught your beautiful soul….. :) Precious photo.

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