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    Hi Joseph
    You are extremely correct with the your statement that the D90 is plenty of Camera. I had an oppertunity to get a good deal on the D300 after the D300s came out. I do some Event, Wedding, Volunteer work and I wanted better back-up. I had D80, D70s that I used as back-up with the D90 as main. I sold the 70 & 80 and bought the 300. I got the D300 body only new for $ 1,099.00 could not pass it up. The 300 & 90 have very simular features and controls which make them good partners. Thanks for your nice coments on my gallery.

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    Hey Joseph
    Checked out your gallery and it is awsome. I see you shoot with a D90 I also frequently shoot with the D90 and love it. Do you have the battery grip for yours ? I put the grip on shortly after I got the camera and it makes a big differance. I have have recently bought a D300 and it is a great camera but I still grab the 90 when I am out to have some fun.

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Started out in photography in high school, 1958, with a Kodak roll film box camera. In collage I shot for the yearbook and school newspaper. I was also hired by the university to do the photography work for all their publications and news releases. I also worked freelance for two wedding photography studios, newspapers, and various magazines. I got in digital photography about four years ago with the D80 and have upgraded to the D90. Nowadays I'm in photography as a hobby and just for the fun of it.
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Nikon’s VR & VRII – An Overview

by Joseph Bautsch on 01-01-2011 at 05:04 PM
Knowing something about Nikon’s logic in their VR technology probably won’t make you a better photographer. But I found it interesting and thought you might as well. Camera shake has been around since the first pinhole camera was invented and is currently alive and well. So it’s interesting to note the direction Nikon has taken in using VR technology.
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Depth of Field Primer - Part II

by Joseph Bautsch on 09-27-2010 at 10:30 PM
Depth of Field Primer - Part II

The Focus Distance and Focal Length Relationship

At this point you should have a basic understanding of depth of field using the f/stop element. If not you should go back and go over it again until you do. If you don’t have that understanding adding the remaining elements will only add to
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Depth of Field Primer - Part I

by Joseph Bautsch on 09-27-2010 at 10:26 PM
A Depth of Field Primer – Part I

One of the most confusing subjects for a beginner or even an intermediate level photographer to understand is Depth of Field (DOF). There are three basic elements of depth of field:

(1) F/stop
(2) Focal length
(3) Focus point distance

The problem with understanding
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