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Old 01-14-2010, 07:58 AM
MadeToFly MadeToFly is offline
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Default How to get the most out of my camera?

I got a nice Nikon D3000 at christmas time and it has the regular 18-55mm lens.

I find it's just barely taking better pictures than my old P&S fujifilm camera, short of macro shots of course.

It's obviously something I've been doing but I find I'm not getting fine details like I was hoping for or great clarity!
Is there something I could try doing?
I change settings depending on things. For evening/darker house shots I turn the flash off and change my ISO to either HI or 1600. For riding shots in the indoor arena I usually put the ISO to 800 and without the flash, but usually end up putting the flash on. But the photos are amateur at best and not much better than P&S.

Any tips on how to get the best out of my camera?

Here's some pictures I've taken with it in different situations

















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