i need help with my camera


posted on 1st of march, 2013

i have a camera Nikon D80 10 MP with a lens ED AFS nikkor 24-120mm F 3.5-5.6 G VR...but i don't know if it gives good photoes that can be accepted here in dreamstime ...so i need your help and some lessons about different use of different parameter of the camera (snowy days ...sunset...dark lights) and how members here treat their photoes .....
i hope that this will be taken in ur consideration

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Posted by Wisconsinart on March 02, 2013
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Posted by Banol2007 on March 02, 2013
Dear Samiph, it is good enough for stock photos. Purchasing of the expensive camera makes you only the owner of expensive camera. The most important is the photographer. Good luck & have a lot of sales!
Posted by Unteroffizier on March 02, 2013
If i am correct, D80 uses CCD sensors. Its a good DSLR and them build with CCD sensors are no more now. I prefer those CCDs because in my opinion colors are better than CMOS. I have to turn off dynamic lighting for CMOS to get a or even lighting. But CCDs suffer in noise handling. Your setup should be okay for general walkabout shoots on stills and people. Can be challenging on the wide end side if you do cover events. Try to keep ISO down and check that exposure histogram from shot to shot. When it gets tricky, switch to RAW format and get an external flash unit for assisted light. Many third party flash speedlight models are offered at an affordable prices.



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