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    First Picture Taken With My Nikon D3100

    This is just a random photo I took off of a picture hanging on my bedroom wall using my brand new Nikon D3100. I edited the photo slightly using some of the features on the camera.

    I would like to know what people think.

    I will upload more photos once I get to know all the features on the camera a little more.

    Last edited by Kelz1990; 22-04-2011 at 11:43pm.
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    Sorry Kel, I don't think this shot is showing the true ability of the camera.

    Any shots from outside etc?
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    Hi Kel, the picture is abit blurry i think... Or is it just the fuzzy fur on those beautiful beautiful creatures???
    Do you have a tripod? Or did you use the flash?
    It's pretty alright for your first shot anyway! If you hadn't said it was of a poster in your bedroom i would've thought you actually managed to get close to them!
    Keep shooting Kel, don't give up! Read your manual thoroughly because it will help heaps in understanding your camera = being able to do alot more with learning photography and being creative!
    Sorry if i'm assuming this is your first camera... is it???
    In any case, i think the Nikon D3100 is a very capable camera... Anything Nikon is! Kekeke....
    Keep shooting!

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    The picture itself is 3D, but I will be spending most of the long weekend learning my new camera and taking photos with it.

    Its my first DSLR. I've always just had a P&S

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    The only way you will improve is to shoot as many pictures you can and then sit back and look how you could have done it differently. This photo is a great start, but look at your subject and try to find another angle to see what difference it makes. If you like the photo then it is a good shot.

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    Thanks for that Matwil

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