D50 to D90...what a difference!

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  1. rallysman

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    Got a D90 and man, do I love it. I felt dirty shooting these @ ISO1000, but amazingly it worked well. This car show was my first attempt with this camera so I know there is a ton of room to improve. Since it shoots so much faster than my D50, I had to play around with some HDR. Hope you like it because I certainly do.

    All shot with the tamron 28-105/2.8

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    Tamron 28-105 f/2.8, that's a new one to me... I like the first photo, colors are great and so is the focus.

    Looks like some tough conditions to shoot in but you did good for your first time out with the new camera.

    Congrats!
     
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    Thanks:)

    That lens is pretty damn heavy. I've only had it for a couple of weeks but so far I'm really enjoying its versatility.
     
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    Wait, I thought that was a typo. Tamron actually makes a 28-105 f/2.8??
    Oh, and nice pics... D90 is indeed a leap, I upgraded from D70s and still felt a big jump.
     
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    The D90 pushes the reds extremely - be careful in post processing so you're not getting carried away!!!
     
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    Congrats on your new camera!
     

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