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First shots with D50 !

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peterish    2

My spankin new D50 + 18-55 just arrived so I took it for a quick stroll through the park. These are nothing spectacular but I'm sharing because it feels friggin sweet to have my 1st DSLR. :D

All have been processed using basic editing.

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giga    46

Beautiful shots. So much clarity! (Y) Congrats on the D50--enjoy it!

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SabaTime    0

Very nice. (jealous)

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KC    0

Nice shots. I want that camera so bad.

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KeeperOfThePizza    49

Awesome job! Can we get a higher res? PWULEASSSSSE :)

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shrm03    0

Too bad the D50 has a plastic shutter that breaks very quickly.

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Kraftman    1

I want some higher res too :) Those are Vista background worthy :D

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nwBen    0

Very nice. (jealous)

seconded

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Pink Floyd    15

great camera that you will enjoy more and more.

btw shrm03 please stop spreading wrong information

thanks

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MonkeyClaw    9

Beautiful pics!!!!

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thollian    0

congrats! I myself just got the same one a week ago, very awesome camera, you will enjoy it!

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Chad.C    0

Great pictures.. Depth of Field FTW !!

Ohh man..Now i don't know what camera to get.. The 350D or the D50...

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Pink Floyd    15

Great pictures.. Depth of Field FTW !!

Ohh man..Now i don't know what camera to get.. The 350D or the D50...

they compare and are the same in my book

try them man try them. Go to a store and ask the guy to try them in your hand

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shrm03    0

^ that's the best advice. I like the 350D better, though. It takes nice pictures for the price.

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peterish    2

thanks for all the comments :) I'll work on getting those high res files up.

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Timmah    1

Welcome to the club :D

Now time to realise that SLR you just bought is a bit of a money trap, and before long you'll be craving filters, tripods and eventually lenses ;)

It's all good though, I love mine

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WastedJoker    20

Here's a pic from my new D50 too :)

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CY:G    1

What setting do you guys use to take those pictures, im about to get one, but i have no idea if you need to change something for the pictures to look like that, so you get noise in the High Res version of those pictures?

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WastedJoker    20

I used manual settings. I took that particular shot handheld with a slow-ish shutter speed (1/320), iso 200, and f5.7, I think.

I've not notriced any noise problems but, as with most digital cameras, you need to apply a bit of sharpening (Photoshop Camera RAW does this by default anyway).

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BrentNewbury    1

they compare and are the same in my book

try them man try them. Go to a store and ask the guy to try them in your hand

I'd have to agree on this one! :D.

I have the 350D (Rebel XT) and I'm extremely please with it. So if the D50 can match it, I'd definately recommend it.

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CY:G    1

I used manual settings. I took that particular shot handheld with a slow-ish shutter speed (1/320), iso 200, and f5.7, I think.

I've not notriced any noise problems but, as with most digital cameras, you need to apply a bit of sharpening (Photoshop Camera RAW does this by default anyway).

Thank you, now this "Photoshop Camera RAW", is that a program???, i have photoshop in my computer, maybe its a plug in or a option in photoshop i havent seen :huh:

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WastedJoker    20

It's a free plugin available from Adobe.com. You'll have to move the Nikon NEF plugin out of its lcoation, though, otherwise it will override the Adobe Camera RAW plugin.

The Nikon NEF plugin is good but it isn't as configurable as the Adobe offering.

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peterish    2

My pictures were taken with shutter priority mode because the aperture wasn't very important during that shoot. It was very overcast that day so shutter speeds were around 1/100 to 1/200. I used ISO 200 to 400. The pictures don't look like that right out of the camera. I applied editing in Photoshop to bring out more color and sharpness, which in turn caused a little bit of noise.

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PeterClark    0

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Some shots from my D50 :)

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