New D40 - First Shot

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  1. NateS

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    Received my D40 kit last night and of course it was raining and dark when I got home, so no shots. Brought it to work this morning and shot a picture outside my window in Raw, played with the settings. So far I'm loving it and can't wait to get out and do some real pictures.

    Here's the picture I took this morning. Let me know what you think (I know the bottom left is way underexposed)

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    Thanks for all the great responses :grumpy: I guess I'm the only one that thought this shot was kind of neat.
     
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    i like the idea but the angle seems wierd to me.
     
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    That balcony is about ready to fall and pulled out from the wall. That's part of the wierd angle. Of course, I was kind of limited since I had to hang out the window, but still, I think most of it is the fact that it's falling down and not level with the wall it's on.
     
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    I think its a great first shot!! It is much better than my first one 3 weeks ago.

    Keep shooting!

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