Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Camera or Photographer

Macro lens right with Nikon 7000 and Zoom left with Nikon D3000

The stars of the collection. On the left the Nikon D3000 wih my Zoom 300 lens and on the right my Nikon D7000 with the Macro lens.


The lady with the camera. I never realised how threatening I look when taking a photo with the zoom lens.


It is amazing what you collect over the years if you like to take photos.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Camera or Photographer

5 thoughts on “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Camera or Photographer

  1. Nice looking gear. Lots of confusing buttons and settings. How are you with the different programs? I tend to keep my camera in either the easy or auto mode. Not good trying to set it all by my self. Hugs

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    • It varies. When I use the macro lens I do it all myself, Otherwise I might have auto, or perhaps twiddle around with the depth myself. Being a golden oldie my reactions are not always as they should be, and to capture the moment, I do not have time to make it all by myself. I have been working with these cameras for a few years, and am always trying something new.

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  2. One of the things I really enjoy about my really little cameras is that they aren’t so threatening, so more people are willing to let you take their picture. I can’t carry such big equipment anymore. I can’t hold it in the air without it shaking, so I’m happy with the small fry set 🙂


    • If I go for a walk with the camera, I do not have to go far, and do not need to take any other handbag with me – just the camera. I can decide before I go which lens to take. Even the zoom is no problem as I can hang it acrossmy body. It is the reason why I got the smaller D3000 Nikon, as it is lighter. I only really need the macro at home and have it normally on the bigger heavier D7000 which works well.


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