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Did i mention i have a d90..18-105 vr lense....also a sony a380 with sigma 10-20mm/50mm prime with a 70-300mm zoooom!mind you the sonys now my wifes but im allowed to still play with it

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I've got a Nikon D3000, my first "real" camera. I've only had it about 5 or 6 weeks, and I think I'm starting to get the hang of it now. I had a Lumix bridge camera before and couldn't really fault it for snaps but I'm trying to grow up :roll:

Just got CS5 and Lightrrom 4 too so I have a lot to take in at the mo.

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Got A d90 and as for editing ..i try not to,so no lightroom no cs5/6 no shooting in raw,just take a decent pic,if in doubt retake....Just saying

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Got A d90 and as for editing ..i try not to,so no lightroom no cs5/6 no shooting in raw,just take a decent pic,if in doubt retake....Just saying

Can't beat a nice pic "out the box" so to speak but then Photoshop has helped out on the odd occasion ;)

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Canon 450d and kit lens.

Would love something nicer, but more pressing things to spend money on I'm afraid.

I do edit mine in Lightroom, that to me is the whole point of digital photography to be able to play around with the images and make them to your liking. I never used to, then I discovered how simple Lightroom was to use and how a simple crop, sharpen or changing the Exposure values could make a rubbish pic into an OK one. It can make you lazy thou as you do tend to think "I'll correct that later" but no one can really tell the difference if you do it well.

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Nothing fancy,

Canon 1100D with 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 DC III Lens Kit

and a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens

I'm looking at buying a wide angle next, probably just a Canon EF 50 mm f/1.8 II

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