First pics with new D50

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  1. crawdaddio

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    First image posted here. Please critique. Shot with my new Nikon D50.

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    very nice! DOF appears a bit off...maybe lower your eye level a bit.
     
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    I really like it, agree about the DOF tho...whats a D50 worth?
     
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    wow this is great! was it taken with a kit lens??
     
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    What do you mean? Sorry.......newbie here.

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    50 mm 1.8

    I am thankful for the advice on this forum to buy this lens. Works better than the kit lens.

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    do you know what DOF stands for?
     
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    Yes. What do you mean I should 'lower my eye level'? Get more angle? How would I increase the DOF without changing the framing too much (with this particular kind of shot)?

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    the level of your lens appears to be high on the brush. the shallow DOF caused the bristle tips to be a bit out of focus. capeesh?
     

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