Nikon Hood Filter

Nikon Hood Filter
2 Questions about the camera and comments?

1) I have a Nikon to play with, trying to learn the "Art and Craft" of photography, and have an option to add a lens a little better, something like a 18-105 VR, and perhaps $ 200 – $ 350usd more to spend on "other things", and I wonder what areas I could invest more. Any idea's? :/../: BTW: addedd a UV filter, hood, Hand Strap and glass top liquid. N about photography class "or" local group "type options available today.: /: / MBS: shooting and landscape the family so far however, try again, so tripod, remote, better flash and cheap slave flash, etc … or, why I am asking. # 2) Have you ever wondered what more they learn about photography, the harder it is to have a "really big" picture? Sorry, I will not re-sell the aim of kit best deal. And I plan on getting the book (s) in technique, lighting, etc.

Although the 18-105mm lens is a thin piece of glass, If you have the usual 18-55mm 18-105mm is a bit of overlap. It is always better to avoid duplication of focal lengths where possible. If you are seriously in landscapes such wish to consider the AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 10-24mm f3.5-4.5g ED. A little overlap with 18-55mm 10mm, but in the end probably gives you some views of wide, sweeping. If you are interested in low light, flash photography is not the AF-S Nikkor 50mm f1.4G would be a good option. A tripod is highly recommended. In fact, I think a tripod is mandatory for good landscapes. You'll also want to get a circular polarizer. Its used to darken a blue sky and make the white, puffy clouds really "pop." Also is used to eliminate or reduce glare and reflections from glass, water, snow, sand and painted metal – but not polished metal. If you were to choose 10-24mm lens you probably want to buy her a thin circular polarizer "or" thin "mounting to reduce any possibility of vignetting. He does it often seems as if the The more you learn about photography more difficult it will really take a good picture. I think this is because as we learn more we become more critical of the photos I take. However, at some point we have to realize that while perfection is a goal that its not really possible. It's fun when you stop testing. These sites will help with your education photography: http://www http://www.digital-photography-school.com http://www.cambridgeincolor.com http://www.illustratedphotography.com/photography-tips/ basic . Dofmaster.com / dofjs.html The more you learn about the depth of field, the better the picture. Http: / / www.calculator.org / exposure.aspx A good place to find exhibitions for many low-light and night scenes. http://www.flickr.com/photos/drifter45h/4048051455/ ISO 200, 100mm lens, f11 @ 30 seconds. Exhibition based on the "horizon City in the distance. " Nikon also has an online photography school and photo tutorials on their website. In his bar http://www.nikonusa.com tool, click "Learn and Explore."

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