or if you prefer, --- brilliant scientific deduction.
Which Nikkor lens mounted on which Nikon body took which picture?
I don't know the options but I will say I think the bottom is a P&S and the top is a dslr.
Photography is the art of telling stories with light.
Top one - wide angle (<35mm) on D700, bottom 35mm on D200? (Well, at least a DX camera)
D7000, AF-S 35mm f1.8G DX, AF-S 18-105mm f3.5-5.6G VR DX, AF-S 70-300mm F4.5-5.6G VR, Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM Photos: geeoverbar.smugmug.com Software: Elements 9, ViewNX
Top Pic: 50/1.8 +D700
Bottom Pic: 35/1.8 +D200
apertures: approx f/2.8-4.. or thereabouts.
time of day: approx 11:00AM(alternatively 1:00PM).. give or take 1/2 hour.
location: probably Lakes Entrance(reason: possible scouting/reconnaissance trip)
AHHH! I got 'em the wrong way round!.. switch top and bottom.. I'm still half a sleep!
Pass, I like the colours and contrast better in the bottom shot tho
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I have no idea
but if the question was whats missing in the 2nd picture that sin the first, id have a better idea
This highly unscientific comparison purely came about because SWMBO and I had a camera and lens combination that came close to matching each other for field of view.
Both images shot as NEFs with the usual camera settings ( everything turned off in the way of sharpening, contrast and saturation etc. ) and then both had "standard" picture control applied in Capture NX.
D700 1/800 F/6.3 ISO 200 Nikkor 35-70 F/2.8 D @48mm
D200 1/250 F/6.3 ISO 100 Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.8G
Lakes Entrance 11.20 am.