First shots with my D80!

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  1. BmDubb

    BmDubb TPF Noob!

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    So Im new to this, and this is my first REAL camera ( Have had Point and shoots my whole life ). I researched how to use this camera for the past week. I still am lost ( But Im sure most people take a while to "Learn" there Camera ). Im hooked though, I love this!

    These photos are unmolested ( I am going to try to work on photoshopping them ), but wanted to post them as they were.

    Nikon D80
    Manual Mode
    18-55mm Lens
    1/200-1/250 Shutter Speed
    F8

    Im learning alot from reading, videos, and this forum.
    Thanks for Lookin!

    ( It was getting kind of dark outside when some of these pictures were taken )

    1: Fall leaves, resting in a dying tree.
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    2: Wild Berries
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    3: Wild Flowers
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    4: Grasshopper
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    5: My Russian Blue Cat ( Shadow )
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    Thanks alot for looking.. you can expect tons more pictures from me :D

    Please dont hesitate to give advice :thumbup:
     
  2. nateMN

    nateMN TPF Noob!

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    Most of those shots would look a lot better if they were taken without the popup flash. It's somewhat distracting with the blown out highlights and dark shadows because of the flash. 4 is very overexposed. I like 5 if not for the harsh flash.
     
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    How do I fix this? I have an external flash ( Shoe Flash I think ), but I cant figure it out lol
     

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