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Portrait mode will a€?thinka€? that there is a subject in the foreground of the frame and choose a shallow depth of field in order to keep the human subject in focus but the background blurred. In the night portrait mode, the camera will try to balance the darkness of the background with the need to light the subject in the foreground. On most DSLR cameras, there will also be the letter modes a€“ M (Manual), AV (Aperture-Priority), TV or S (Shutter-Priority) and P (Programmed Auto). Some people consider it amateurish to use pre determined settings, when in fact there may be times when we are in a rush and cannot adjust everything manually. Although my Panasonic DMC-TZ10 (ZS7 in the USA) has somehow fixed itself, it still occasionally gives me problems. For four more days, Costco has what appears to be a super deal on the Nikon D90 with two lenses.
Hi, the D90 is a great camera, but if you want to buy something really new with a lot of more potential try the Nikon D7000 or the Canon 7D.
You concern about having to swap lenses to zoom is a valid one, I personally don’t mind swapping lenses around, but that depends on the images you want to create and how you want to use a camera. Before Carraol’s post I had been looking into the D7000 as well since Costco has it, too, on sale (with an 18-200). Then I noticed that the Canon DSLRs have the really good video (1080 instead of 720 and even more fps than the D7000), like the D7000, but they cost quite a bit less. The only problem with video on most dslrs is that they can’t autofocus as the focusing systems work via the mirror and of course the mirror is out of the ligh path when recording video or taking a picture. I do take videos at concerts, but they won’t let you bring in anything fancier than, say, my TZ10.
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These are pre-programmed settings that allow you to choose the optimum shutter speed and aperture value for the photograph you want to take. Remember that macro mode will not give you super close up images; for this you will need a macro lens. With a high shutter speed to freeze movement, it means that flash is usually not necessary a€“ though once again this works best on a bright day. The aperture will have to be fairly wide to allow enough light in to capture the background and keep the subject in focus, but at the same time flash is necessary to illuminate the person and avoid blur.
Also remember that using these modes will teach you about photography and ideal settings for different conditions. In addition to those problems, sometimes photos look great on the LCD screen, but when I get them onto my computer monitor all of the detail disappears and I’m disappointed with the result. I won’t be carrying it with me everywhere, but on certain outings I suppose carrying such a beast around won’t be too bad, will it?
From what I can understand from following your blog, even though you never owned an slr you do have an understanding of how things work, so I believe that the technical side of the thing won’t be an issue.
When I go out with mine I usually go with the mindset of creating good ( well I try ?? ) images so I’ll do what I must and spend as much time I need finding the subjects, angles that work best and then put the lens and whatnot that is needed to get the image I want, but sometimes I also just want to go for a stroll and snap some quick pics here and there. I have been jumping on board the 18-200 mm lens idea (instead of 18-55 which will be somewhat limiting at times) even before Dave’s comment. My son has a really nice video camera (which he never uses), and I have yet to even borrow it a single time. You probably don’t want to buy a D90 at this point with the other available cameras that have since been released. They are useful when you are starting out, but also for the experienced photographer who needs to capture a shot fast. This can be good if you have no idea of what settings to choose and also when you need to shoot quickly.
Macro mode will work best in bright conditions and will choose a shallow depth of field to focus on the subject. It will use flash if it reads the foreground as too dark, but you can manually turn this off. Sports mode can work well alongside continuous shooting mode, where images are taken consecutively a€“ the result is a number of shots capturing action in mid air.
Sometimes the night portrait mode will double flash, creating an unusual double exposure look.


P-Program mode is similar to Auto mode - the shutter and aperture settings are determined by the camera, but the photographer can adjust the shooting and image-recording functions.
Low light photos, in particular, can look funny or at least not be true to the scene I was trying to capture.
Leaving the issue of portability aside, my other concern is having to swap lenses every time I want to zoom a shot. All I would say, is see if you can get a good deal on just the body and then get yourself the 18-200 zoom. I they tho that they rely half silvered mirror method which reflects some light up to the focusing and allows the rest through to the sensor.
Familiarize yourself with the settings and get comfortable with them; and remember that every camera has slightly variable preset modes. The shot here is perfectly exposed as the day is well lit, though auto-exposure may struggle in situations where the light is uneven, and it tends to trigger the flash even when ita€™s not necessary.
Auto settings are there to be used so try them all, and become familiar with what each one does. Less light for the sensor usually translates into reduced quality also with the light having to travel through even more glass i would be sceptical of it being much good. I have fewer complaints with my LX3, but the lack of zoom (24 – 60 mm) limits its usefulness. But thats just my own take.To be totally honest,If u want to record video, get a dedicated video camera. This is because when you use a shallow depth of field, you give yourself a smaller margin for error.
If not swapping lenses over is as important as picture quality then the 18-200 is your baby. I was and bought the sigma one 2nd hand for ?100 and beyond 200mm it is way too soft to be useful. Frustrated with having to change from the 18-55 lens to the 70-300 lens on a regular basis?




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