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 Post subject: Nikon Newbie Here
PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2010 5:54 pm 
Hi All,
I have had my Nikon D90 for a little over a month now and I love it!! I'm taking decent pictures with my 18-105 and 55-200 VR Lenses, but I want to be able to take great pictures. I was around Pittsburgh on Feb 20, 2010 and got a few great shots from Mt. Washington overlooking the city. I'll upload some here to let you all take a look. Feel free to let me know what you all think please.
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Welcome Gunnar and congrats on your D90! :)
Pretty nice shot you've got there! It looks a bit soft to me. I don't know if you were focusing on the foreground, instead of the buildings in the middle of the picture (the 'skyline'). And maybe you could straighten up the horizon?

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Welcome on-board Gunnar! Don't forget to check out our monthly assignment!


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Welcome Gunner to the the Camera Labs forum!

Don't you have two profiles now?
http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=20514

Almost the same name... The "Gunner out" rang a bell...

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Welcome. Nice cam you got there, it's what I would love at present. can't afford one though :(


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