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About ChrisWPA

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  • Birthday 09/12/1991

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  • Airsofter since
    about 10-11 years old
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    Primary = Custom Magpul Talon

    For info and pics check out my latest picture on flickr for updated specs.


    Secondary = Tm Detonics

    Also check my flickr.
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  1. Hahah S2K's are fun,a nd done right they look good:)
  2. If I were you, I would put a flash in a plastic bag (if I were ACTUALLY you id put it in like 3 bags JUST to make sure hahahah), and I would drop it in the tank so its bouncing off of the back (if your back has a mat). Then I would put a flash at the top facing towards the fish, and use a CIRCULAR POLARIZER to cut out the glare, and take the pic on like f1.8-f2.8 iso 200. Thats just coming from someone that has never done that type of photography though, so I mean I could be wrong but thats where I would start. And adjust it from there.
  3. Wow your lucky to have such beautiful areas/people to work with! So jealous! Lovely pics!!!
  4. Looks unreal! Wow thats such a beautiful location!
  5. Here is a Photoshoot from my friends Honda Civic Si
  6. Exactly my point. Its like anything that costs $, you get what you pay for.
  7. Some awesome pics came from cheap cameras, yes, but find a professional shot taken with a cheap setup of flying airplanes, or anything far away, even at night! To get good shots at night, far away, macro, etc....you need a good camera. I am not saying you need a $2,000-$5,000+ setup though. Your "dont buy a ford, buy a bmw instead" statement proves my point, a ford and a bmw will both get you to the same place (both get a picture), but the bmws interior will be extremely well made, the car will be built better, and it will be a more pleasurable ride (better detailed pic, less iso, high
  8. The words PHOTOGRAPHY and CHEAP never EVER should be used together:D!
  9. Thats a tamron, the Sigma 70-200 f2.8 is this. http://www.adorama.com/SG70200DNKAF.html Your pictures will be professional quality, Thats what I used for an air show and it worked great, if went to air shows more often I would just get a 400mm or 500mm but since I rarely do the 70-200 was perfect. And it will be a thousand times better then that nikon, which is going to be horrible in low light and quality wont be the best at all. But if reach is the most important thing and you dont mind having a average quality picture, then the Nikon would be the route to go.
  10. Since it has AFS on it, it will...but I will tell you right now thats not the best lens int he world, so if you want professional quality images then you should consider the Sigma 70-200 f2.8, its the best telephoto you can get for under $900 that will AF on your body.
  11. Wow thanks for the tip, I never knew that! Just the D300 and on the D40 I never used active D lighting, so I am very new to active D lighting. I shoot in raw 24/7 so I guess theres no point in having it on:D
  12. Bring an umbrella! And have fun, even if your lens is only a kit wide angle! Make the best of it and enjoy yourself.
  13. Nope most camera manuals wouldnt have it due to the fact that most kit lens dont come with VR untill you get into the higher end cameras. Plus its more of a lens based feature, has nothing to do with the camera body. If you wanna buy a "For dummies" camera specific book, I think it woudl help you ALOT...when I was getting use to my Nikon D40 I bought the book and read it about 5 times and it was litearlly majority of the reason why I learned so fast, so you could buy the Nikon D5000 one! Only $20-$30 and its VERY worth it! OR if you wanna save money you can just ask me and
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