D90 w/ 18-105 kit lens

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  1. George McCabe

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    So I picked up the D90 kit from BH and I love the camera but feel restricted with the kit lens. I am very very new to photography in general so my early impressions could be jaded by my inexperience.

    I am finding certain portrait photos being blurred and some outdoor shots having way too much light.

    Could anyone point me in the right direction of some useful beginner tutorials?
     
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    The book Understanding Exposure is pretty much a universal recommendation around here when it comes with dealing with exposure issues. Post a couple of shots as well as the exif data(shutter speed, aperture, ISO) and you will get some feedback pretty quickly on how to fix the issue you had with a particular shot.
     
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    you shouldnt feel restricted with the 18-105, its a great lens
     
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    Depends on what he is trying to photograph. I mean if they are trying to take photos that require a long zoom they would feel restricted. Thats about the only restriction besides aperture that I can think of.
     

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