Nikon Wedding Photography Lenses & Cameras

by Staff September 1, 2016 at 9:20 am

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  1. Hi,i like your gear and especially your work.
    I need your opinion about my gear if are a good start for getting started for wedding photography.
    I have a Nikon d610 and a Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD and a Tamron SP AF 70-200mm F/2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro and for back-up i have the entry lever Nikon D3100 with the AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR and a AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G Lens with 2 Yn565i flashes.
    If not what lens(just only 1) do you think i will need to complete my gear?
    I will be appreciated if i have your thoughts.
    Thanks

     

  2. i havnt tried the actual tamron, but i do know youll will use that focal length a whole lot. the tamron 28-75 served as a great back up. i can only imagine the newer version to be better.

  3. Hello brother, thank you for such great video! I got started with a Nikon d3000 for 2 years and recently upgraded to Nikon d7000 with the 18 105m Nikon lens, thank you for your video it is very helpful. Good luck bro!

  4. Dear Friend

    I like watching your vids

    Please can you tell me which off both lenses make sharper image quality for portrait
    between 85 f1.8G and 85 F1.4G is there any difference between them.?

    Please can you tell me which off both lenses make sharper image quality for portrait
    between 85 f1.8G and 85 F1.4G is there any difference between them.?

    Would the 85mm lens good for shooting carnival pics or vids

  5. If it's a budget thing get the D300. I just picked one up for a second body for $650 with 11k activations. The D200 has been superceded by many cameras already. D300 has a 12.1 mp sensor which will give you better resolution than the D200 with 10. The D200 was also surpassed by the consumer D80 which I used to own, and compared to the D300 the D80 is lacking in low light capability and there is quite a difference in the sensors (CCD vs CMOS)…some prefer CCD's. Hope that helps.

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