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Can anyone ID the camera used in these photos?
Or is it photoshop that does the trick?http://www.flickr.com/photos/klariza.

Sorry, i'm a n00b!..

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The EXIF data on (at least) two of them says Nikon D80. I did not bother checking the rest.Joel Orlinsky.

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Comment #1

Howard Moftich wrote:.

What 'trick' are you referring to?.

Well they are so sharp looking and 'blue tinged'.

When I take photos they look nothing like that, so I was thinking it might be enhancing of some sort..

Comment #2

All of them appear to be taken with a Nikon D80. There are hundreds of them all very similar. All the portrait shots are taken Manual at 1/125th f/22 except for a few that have an even higher aperture setting (f/27)..

At those apertures diffraction will be reducing the sharpness (f/13 is the maximum before it kicks in on the D80).

Given the miniatures size of the Flickr shots (circa 900 x 600) the sharpness must come from PP and would be even higher but for diffraction..

As for the colour. White Balance is set on Auto and the exif does not mention flash so I cannot help..

If you are so taken with them why not email the photographer and ask?.

Chris Elliott.

*Nikon* D Eighty + Fifty - Other equipment in Profile.

Http://PlacidoD.Zenfolio.com/..

Comment #3

Thanks so much for explaining..

And it's because i'm shy..

Comment #4

Hello,.

You can extract the camera information yourself, this is how I do it:My internet browser is firefox and I installed the add-on 'exif viewer'.https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905.

On the flickr site I look at the photo in it's original size, I right-click my mouse and from the context sensitive menu I select 'view image exif data' .Most of the time it works but sometimes the image does not have exif data..

Highly recommended, I learned a lot about what shutter time and aperture people use to get the result...

Comment #5

MandyB wrote:.

Howard Moftich wrote:.

What 'trick' are you referring to?.

Well they are so sharp looking and 'blue tinged'when I take photos they look nothing like that, so I was thinking itmight be enhancing of some sort.

The blue tinge and general appearance indicate that flash was used, but the shadows are perhaps not typical..

The pictures appear to have been taken with a ring flash, normally used for close-up or macro shots, to avoid shadows.Look at the reflection in glasses in this shot:http://www.flickr.com/photos/klariza/2256933593/sizes/o/also reflected from the eyes here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/klariza/2257731154/sizes/o/Regards,Peter..

Comment #6

Many, look at the photos with the white sunglasses..

The round reflection in the lens is from a ring flash..

A ring flash is a special electronic flash units that fits around the lens of the camera, so that light comes from every side, pretty much eliminating shadows and giving a hard-to-define weirdness to the shots..

As for the blue various light sources have various colors outdoors is bluish, indoors with table lamps is yellowish, and cameras have white balance adjustments to control this. Some flash tends toward blue, which appears to be the case here..

Sharpness flash tends to make pictures sharp because the pulse of light is so very short..

BAK..

Comment #7

BAK wrote:.

Many, look at the photos with the white sunglasses..

The round reflection in the lens is from a ring flash..

A ring flash is a special electronic flash units that fits around thelens of the camera, so that light comes from every side, pretty mucheliminating shadows and giving a hard-to-define weirdness to theshots..

As for the blue various light sources have various colors outdoors is bluish, indoors with table lamps is yellowish, andcameras have white balance adjustments to control this. Some flashtends toward blue, which appears to be the case here..

Sharpness flash tends to make pictures sharp because the pulse oflight is so very short..

BAK.

Fantastic. thank you....

SO can someone reccommend me a camera for a lower price which will achieve similar quality images?Then I guess I will have to buy a ring flash for it also...

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