To bring this week to a close, here’s the last of my choices from the many photos I took over the years with the Nikon D200, which I recently sold.
Although we’re all here because we enjoy looking at photos that I’ve taken with the Nikon D200, ironically it is this camera that convinced my wife to switch to Canon in early 2010. Why? Because the Nikon D200 had a strong bias towards greens and blues, and didn’t see reds in quite the same way. This photo in particular epitomises just how much the D200 loved green, which was fine by me, because most of my photography tended to be of things that were overgrown. There’s also no denying that (depending on which eye I use) I don’t see reds very strongly either.
I took countless other photos with the Nikon D200 that I was pleased with, but there’s no denying that it is my HDR photography that proved the most popular with my readers. Next week, I’ll share a selection of Nikon D200 HDR shots with you, and then round off on the Saturday with a set of all of my favourite D200 photos, including the ones that are the wrong way up to make for a good wallpaper choice!