We seem to be getting a lot of rainy days in our area lately. Rain can be a great time to capture unique images. I am not saying rush out into a storm, however. Take a chance, get a little wet. As crazy as that may sound, we also recommend bringing an umbrella, weather sealed lenses, and perhaps even a rain cover. Your efforts will be greatly rewarded. (via Useful Photography Tip#36: 5 Ways to Take Advantage of a Rainy Day)
I have been working with the Nikon D3200, the Nikon 50mm 1.8G and 1.8E
As well as shooting with a Nikon EM film camera.
I am still getting used to working with multiple cameras. I am refining my workflow and getting away from shooting multiple cameras in one day, if it is not necessary.
My D700 is my favorite camera now and after holding the D800 again, I could not be happier with it.
“The key to failure is not giving up. You’re not always going to succeed in your photography. Things are not always going to work out right. If you let a single failure stop you, you will do yourself a disservice.”