Practice pics for new camera..56k NO

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  1. tekzero

    tekzero TPF Noob!

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    so i bought a Nikon 8700...so far im still learning to master the functions and different combinations of them etc etc, so far these are just some practice shots from around the house, i havent really gone anywhere to take pics, but i will this weekend...(KEEP IN MIND THESE ARE PRACTICE SHOTS lol, thank you)

    my ring
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    some..ashtray


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    a leaf, obviously (now keep in mind i didnt worry about the crops.since im just seeing what it can do for now)
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    my bro's gel'd hair b/w
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    my eye
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    some poker chips
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    lookin down at my belt
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    Accordingly, i think these pics are just like, my first 20 shots ive taken...i have yet to take some time lapse shots, long exposures, etc all that, thats coming soon im sure, but just takin pics of anything are helping learn to use it.

    and damn originals are HUGE. yay for 8MP ;)
     
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    Holy crap that is some awesome detail in your eye!
     
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    Nice crisp shots. I like the leaf and ashtray for some reason. Looks like you have a very nice camera...
     
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    I agree with Corry...Awesome detail in every photo though :shock:

    The leaf is my favorite. :)
     
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    The detail in the rest of the photos aint too shabby either.
    er, umm, I hope my photos can get as good as your umm, "practice". Cant wait till ya get serious :wink: .
     
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    niiiiice pics Micah...

    like Corry said... the detail in the eye is crazy... :cool:
     
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    what everyone else said!
     
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    what everyone else said!
     
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    AIRIC TPF Noob!

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    I'm sure you will love the camera. I borrowed one from work one weekend and had a blast. Great low light and macro stuff. Excellent for that kind of work.

    Eric
     
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    I had a 5700 and I really loved it

    Only problem was the manual focus and digital viewfinder.. everything else is super !

    That's a good camera that you have there, I hope you enjoy it !
     
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    Very nice pictures! I like the second and third the most :)
     
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    I think you could get a really good photo of the poker chips if it was B&W and had like ciggaretes in an ashtray next to the chips to add character.
     

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