first dslr d3000 im cheap but testin er out

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  1. taters

    taters TPF Noob!

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    wow... nice shots. I am considering this camera and this shows pretty well what it can do. Thanks for sharing
     
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    Your fountain at night and the following photo of the branch silhouetted in front of a sunset are pretty decent. And the balanced fill-flash of the plant/tree in front of sunset shows how smart the camera's light metering is! Keep at it--you seem to have potential.
     
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    The photo of the fountain is the best outta the bunch. WB is off but nothing a little post processing can't handle. I love my D3000 i've been using it a lot lately I dunno why because I have my D700. haha.
     
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    I love my D3000. It's been great.
     
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    am i the only one that found this post incredibly prenentious? get over yourself.

    anyways to the OP- great shots! Hope to see more from you, and you'll only get better the more you get used to the camera.
     

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