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With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with vib

MINGZNIKONIAN

Regina, CA
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MINGZNIKONIAN Registered since 28th Oct 2005
Sun 13-Nov-05 11:16 PM

With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with vibrant color?

Which color space, aperture, etc? any suggestion will be appreciated!

MINGZCAN

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Aleks

Calgary, CA
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#1. "RE: With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with" | In response to Reply # 0

Aleks Registered since 29th Oct 2005
Mon 14-Nov-05 02:48 AM

Change your colourspace to AdobeRGB, turn sharpening to +1, and aperature depends on the lens, but the general consensus is f8-11 seems to be the best......the best way to take good pictures is practise (and upgrade your lens if you have the 18-55...)

D80 | MB-D80 Grip | Nikkor 50mm f1.8D | Nikkor 85mm f1.8D | Nikkor 18-70mm f 3.5/4.6G ED | Nikkor 70-300mm f 4/5.6G ED | Tamron 90mm f 2.8 Macro | Nikon SB-600

MINGZNIKONIAN

Regina, CA
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#2. "RE: With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with" | In response to Reply # 1

MINGZNIKONIAN Registered since 28th Oct 2005
Mon 14-Nov-05 03:18 PM

So whatz the difference between the standard RGB3 and RGB?

MINGZCAN

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Shred

FI
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#3. "RE: With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with" | In response to Reply # 2

Shred Registered since 28th Oct 2005
Mon 14-Nov-05 04:28 PM

Mode Ia: Renders natural-looking skin tones out of the camera. (sRGB)
Mode II: Realizes a wider color range suited for processing or retouching. (Adobe RGB)
Mode IIIa: Renders vivid landscape and flora colors out of the camera. (sRGB)

Use Adobe RGB only if you are going to do some editing with photoshop,
normally monitors are calibrated to sRGB colourspace and Adobe RGB colors are off.

For best "straigt out of the camera" results use those "Digital Vari-Programs"

MINGZNIKONIAN

Regina, CA
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#4. "RE: With D50 and kit lens, how to get sharpest pic with" | In response to Reply # 3

MINGZNIKONIAN Registered since 28th Oct 2005
Mon 14-Nov-05 06:25 PM

Thx Shred

MINGZCAN

http://www.pbase.com/mingzcan

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