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  1. #11
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    Re: Total photography and bridge camera newbie!

    Ok - I'll try that when I get home from work tomorrow, on my way to bed. Gotta long day tomorrow, so I'll try it as soon as I get home.


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  2. #12
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    Re: Total photography and bridge camera newbie!

    good luck, it will become second nature, unless like me you have to explain it
    Learn to laugh at yourself, everyone else is.
    D500, D7000. SB700.

    Nikkor 18-105mm, 35mm, 70-300mm and Sigma 50-500.

    LowePro 202 Slingshot bag, Wimberley Gimbal head, Benro Carbon Fiber Tripod.

    Vanguard Alta 263 Tripod with SBH-250 ballhead, Vanguard AM 263 Monopod with SBH-100 ballhead.

  3. #13
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    Don Kuykendall's Avatar

    Re: Total photography and bridge camera newbie!

    Quote Originally Posted by Natural_Preservations View Post
    How do I do that?


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    Are you doing any postprocessing or are you just downloading the photos and then putting them on the web? Even with a bridge camera you can do a lot towards making your photos better. Nikon has a free program called ViewNX2 Nikon | Download center | ViewNX 2

    A lot you can do with it.

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  4. #14
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    Re: Total photography and bridge camera newbie!

    Just uploading straight to my Facebook photography page and here. Never edited, only used my phone for storm chasing, this is the nicest camera I've ever had. Figured with storm chasing and meteorology school looming, plus my obsession with preservation images, I needed something better and picked this out based on my budget.

    I don't know what most of the settings are just trying a few basic settings and point and shoot.


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