Hi, I'm new


MoodyHero

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I just bought my D5000 some time ago, it's alright & I love it... ;p


One question:
What books should I read to help me understand DSLRs/D5000 better before heading for good shots?:D
- I am currently reading The Digital Photography Book Vol.3 by Scott Kelby from the National Library
One word, awesome!:thumbsup:
However, I think I'll need more than that!

Thanks for recommending! (hahas)
 

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hmm..
i'm a newbie too.
but i don't think there's personally a shortcut or a super book that can make u a good photog.
u have to practice and practice. trial and errors.
that's why i feel.
 

MoodyHero

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hahas, I know that do...

I need to learn the basic first... :)
So that, I will be confident when taking photos outside!
 

Rashkae

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Your manual is a good start. After that, experience, tempered with some good reading material that should be specific to your interests.
 

Numnumball

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Welcome to CS :)

U dun really need to buy any more books.. ur user manual is more than enough to let you master ur cam..

There's tons of resources online, bascially u need to read up on the fundamentals of photography, composition etc and shoot more.
 

mimik07

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First of all, welcome to CS!

Understanding the basics of photography (shutter speed, aperture, ISO etc) is critical. Learn as you shoot, and remember - Google is your best friend ;)
 

ahyooo

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Welcum 2 CS :)

2 sharpen ur skills join the group outing!
 

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