Saturday, January 26, 2013

On the beach with "Cheryl's" P7700


Yea, yea, yea, I'll let her have the Nikon P7700. (as soon as I buy a D800!)

This first shot she took on Ka'anapali Beach on Maui one night when we were going to dinner at the Hula Grill. A place I would highly recommend for lunch or dinner. Just skip the mai tai's, they make them a lot better at Kimo's in Lahaina.


This is another sunset photo she took on Kulanaokalai Beach south of Lahaina.


And then there is me, well, me taking a photo of my camera, just waiting for the sun to go down to where I want it. I practically had to pry the P7700 out of Cheryl's hand to take this photo!

I might mention the fact that all three photos were taken using the automatic mode on the camera. The P7700 seems to do a really good job of metering and adjusting for the depth of field.

Q was kind enough to re-work one of my photos and once again teach me something new. This is the revised version of the last photo and I must say it does look more intriguing.


9 comments:

  1. Looks to me like Cheryl has an eye for what makes a good photograph, I really like the first picture in this post!

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    1. Careful now Paul, you might make my life a little harder if she gets too many compliments. LOL!

      She does have a different perspective on certain things and half the time I'm not sure what she sees in a photo until I actually see the photo.

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    2. Stephanie my wife also sees things that I completely overlook, often when were out hiking or whatever she suggests for me to take a picture of one thing or another... More often than not it turns out to be an interesting shot!

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    3. Listen to your wife!!! :)

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  2. Pleasant sunsets. Nice views before dinner!

    Lonely camera. Photographer probably went for an umbrella drink!
    Nice shots to start the evening!

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  3. These are amazing. I love that third shot.

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  4. Q I really like your rework of Ron's picture! This is with the NIK software?

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