So Dominos is running a "share you photos" contest for photographs of their medium-sized pizza. So I've taken some myself, since me and my friend Motel Todd, get together each Friday night at my place and drink beer and, of course, order from Dominos. This particular pizza was a thin crust tomatoes and some type of meat. I honestly can't remember what meat it was.
The lens I used on my Nikon D700 body was a Quantaray 28-90mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens. You're thinking, why is he using a cheap lens from a cheap lens company on a Nikon D-freakin-700 body? Well, I happened to find the lens, unused, in its box in the closet I keep all my camera boxes in when I just happened to be in there looking for something else. I grabbed it and wondered how I came to get it. All I can think is that it was a throw in lens when I bought my Nikon D700 kit off of eBay. But the damn think is a good lens. Takes really nice photos. It's really light, because of the cheap, plastic materials used in its manufacture, and that helps a lot when holding the D700's hefty body. I went to the Fort Worth Zoo and had Nikkor's 70-300mm VR zoom lens on the D700's body and had that sucker around my neck for less than two hours and when I was finished I had serious neck and shoulder spasms right there as I walked out of the zoo. I didn't think I'd make it to the car they were so bad. But I got about 10 good shots out of that adventure so I was happy and just took a muscle relaxer after I got home.
Oh, other than developing the RAW file in Nikon's Capture NX software I did nothing else to the photo. It's looks just like it did on the camera's back screen after I took it.