2nd week with Nikon D40

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  1. lako16

    lako16 TPF Noob!

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    Sorry, but none of those pictures really do much for me.

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    I have to agree with Samanax, none are spectacular. From a purely technical point of view, they are marginal, never perfectly exposed or focused.
     
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    I had just turned 16 when I got my D40 last year May and had no training in photography I only read a lot of theory in the month leading up to getting it and my last camera before it was a Fuji 3m.p back in 2002 that i stopped using in 2004. But through reading a lot of theory, even more trial and error and help from this forum it get easier to take decent photos (not implying yours are bad)
    The angles at which you take your photos are interesting
     

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