Walter Pall's main blog about bonsai and his work with trees from day to day. Lots of good pictures of good trees and lots of valuable information about bonsai.
Nice shots Walter! But anyway, I find your old pic´s much nicer than the new ones. That´s just my taste ...Can it be true, that Nikon Cameras do much cooler pictures? Greetings,Igor
Sorry Walter but the trees look very artificial. Kind regards from SwedenKai
Kai,you probably have to adjst your monitor. LCD-monitors are usually not fit for good digital photographs.WP
"Nice shots Walter! But anyway, I find your old pic´s much nicer than the new ones. That´s just my taste ..."I agree! So the problem might be camera settings and in-camera processing (Manual vs. Auto ... WB, f stop - DOF, sharpness, noice reduction, focusing...), in case these have changed, lens or postprocessing! Since the lens should be good, I believe it is the settings...
I'm sorry to say that I agree too. In no profesional photo terms .. it is as if the backround has become more focused - thus taking the eye away from the subject/tree...Does this make sence? But this is what I see.Good luck with all the exibits Walter!
I wonder what it is that you all are seeing. On my CRT-monitor everything looks very good. The trees are shot with aperture 2 to 2.8.- This means that the background disappears and the tree comes out much stronger. This is a regular photographic technique which has nothing to do with Nikon or Tamron. So where is the problem? This technique is now possible with a Nikon D40 and Tamron 2.0 which has a motor in the lens. So this is why this is new and I am trying this.The Tamron is a world class lens, no doubt!WP
Walter, make a photo with old camera and the old lense anwe will see...Kind regardsKai
I am well aware about DOF and fast speed lenses...but the pictures seem to me like washed out, strange colors, a bit and white is almost burned. Check your in camera settings (WB,ISO, mode/colors,vibrance,saturation...) if the camera is new too! Do you shoot jpgs or raw?
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