I made it on this top oregon wedding photographer hotlist!! 3 years ago I was spending probably 20+ hours a week on head-fi :O
definitely planning on getting an A7s especially for video work. Just waiting for prices to drop just a little bit since the A7S II is on the verge of being announced
Loving my D750s a fair amount more than my previous D600s. It's autofocus system doesn't WOW me like I thought it would, but the D600's AF system wasn't too shabby either.
a few from my senior session yesterday...super late for senior photos I know--but she had pics taken by her sister with the family camera but her parents wanted some there were a little more professional :D
A week ago even I thought about switching to Canon for skin tones....after this wedding this past Sunday in my most challenging low light venue yet I am happy to stay with Nikon. Super happy with how my lighting strategy turned out. Haven't even gone through 20% of the pics!
Hehe, I agree the photographer takes the pics not the camera, but really nice equipment certainly helps. I believe both of these were shot with my Nikon D750 and 85mm f1.8 lens. There's a chance the first one was shot with a 35mm f1.4 lens. I rarely shoot wide open at the largest aperture for multiple reasons. The first one I used two speedlights with colored gels and second one I used one speedlight in a softbox. If you want to get better quick my best advice for...