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jhonave

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"RE: The Nikon D7000"

jhonave Registered since 11th Jan 2010
Thu 17-Jan-13 12:49 AM

>The glum days of overcast give a great opportunity to learn
>and practice flash photography. It is a skill that returns the
>very most of any hardware oriented accessories. Creative use
>of light that you have control of will give more improvement
>in one's work than any new high cost lens or kilobuck tripod.
>Most people miss out on that great asset by not learning it or
>noticing the opportunities it creates in so many situations.

I actually went a few times out in the cold and overcast and learned how to use the SB-400 as fill light, trying out various ISO, aperture, shutter speed, etc., then adjusting the flash and exposure compensation settings on the D5000. Now, I have to do the same with the D7000 when my SB-700 arrives.

>There are good resources and blogs on flash and augmented
>light here on Nikonians to get you headed in the right
>direction.

I will start browsing around. Thanks for the tip, Stan.

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