Selling my Nikon D90

I had become quite attached to it but last month the moment arrived, I had to say goodbye to my beloved Nikon D90 that had been traveling the world with me for exactly 3 years. I felt comfortable with it from the beginning, it adapted to me before I had to worry about the details of its inner workings, it interceded the least possible between reality and what my eye and intuition wanted to capture. I learned a lot, I took pictures like these and I even published a book full of pictures of Japan taken with my Nikon D90 that you can get at Momentos (bilingual edition).

It will be soon replaced by my next digital camera, a Nikon D800, with which I will continue my adventure of learning how to photograph what happens around me. My D90 left, but left us these unforgettable moments:


The Moon

Refugiados en Fukuoka

Miyajima sunset

White Bengal Tiger




Nikon 50mm f/1.2 Nikkor AI-S


Round 1


Japan winter far from the coast

Fushimi Inari


What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

Nobuyoshi Araki (荒木 経惟)

Estamos en época de lluvias

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Mount Fuji

tweetUp Japan 2010

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

The Matrix VS The Real World


Dreamlife 2

Summer ends


Rainbow reflection

Tokyo January 2010

Stanford University visit

Fly over Silicon Valley

Golden Gate


Rainy and hot

Arashiyama Sagano

6 replies on “Selling my Nikon D90”

You may think that your camera was responsible for those fantastic pics – but in reality it was the eye behind the lens. Great work – look forward to seeing how you and your new camera fit together.

アラーキー!!!!When did you meet him?! Fantastic photos, I wish I had had something better than a point and shoot last time I went! よくやった!

You will need a whole new computer to handle those biiiig and enoooormous RAW files on the D800.
Think of i7 processor and 12 Gb of RAM minimum.
Very, very fast HDD too, USB 3.0 …
Lightroom is gonna go nuts…

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