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Question on working of D5000

Larry E30

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Larry E30 Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 27th May 2009
Thu 19-Nov-09 09:49 PM

Been practicing in the back yard ... with modes en such.

Like;shoot main shot in (dial) landscape mode - as the base exposure to compare to.

Then I switch to "A" mode and try Ls,Pt and Vi.

I did set up one custom mode ; "A" + SD + many run throughs adjustments.Best turned out good,slightly duller,less intence.I kept it as my C-1.

So far for me ... the dial modes (landscape and no flash)are best.With limited ISO and preset larger apperatures than I like to use.

Next best for me , till I learn more,is "A" +Ls,then "A" +Pt , and lastly my C-1 being "A"+SD-custom.

I'll post some of the backyard photos that turned out best.

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