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how do I get more vivid colors and shutter speed in dark places

deanna927

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deanna927 Registered since 23rd Jun 2010
Wed 23-Jun-10 08:11 PM

I recently got a D5000 and I'm still learning to work with the aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and such. I'm wondering how to take pictures with more vivid colors. I've seen posted photography and I've been trying to mimic the style.
Here's an example:
http://fuckyeahphotography.tumblr.com/post/712056107/taken-with-my-nikon-d3000-a-wireless-remote

Secondly, I've been taking pictures with people outside a movie theatre and noticed that when it's dart the shutter speed is SUPER slow. Is there any way I can have a normal shutter speed to take a decent picture in the night time? I also plan to take photos of bands and you know most gigs are in a darker setting, so I know it's going to be a problem.

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