My Journey with the D7000

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Hey Guys.
Now i am no pro, and having just bought a D7000, i have realised how much i forgot about photography in the last 7 years.

Also i think i need a Degree in using the thing.. or i am just a it dim lol.

Anyways, this is my thread of my pics as i take them.

I hope to keep posting to it, to show how i am (or am not) progressing.

Any constructive criticism is more than welcome.

Here is my first dedicated short trip to a local Bridge in Manchester.

#Note: Pctures taken on a drizzly day

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On the first batch I think you could have benefited from taking them a bit earlier while there was still some colour in the sky and there is quite a bit of lens flare on a couple.The squirrell shots are nice and sharp
 
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On the first batch I think you could have benefited from taking them a bit earlier while there was still some colour in the sky and there is quite a bit of lens flare on a couple.The squirrell shots are nice and sharp
I agree, that was my first official outing with the cam. Even with the Salford Quays pics, i think i could do with colour in the sky, but in the ones i took i wanted the dark of night with the star spangled lights.

The next long exposure road shots i want to do are on the M62. :D
 
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