What are the settings used for night photography when using the Nikon D5000 when taking pictures of the moon?
Answer . Almost any heavy metal can be used as a toner in photography, ... that being said, at one point or another iridium was used as a toner, producing a yellow image (much lighter than sepia) But since iridium is radioactive (only mildly- you would have to eat it or cover your skin with it to… absorb more radiation than a day in the sun) there is no reason to use it except for the learning experience (MORE)
How do you take a really great picture of someone or something in a duskypartly lighted place outside using a Nikon Coolpix L3 Ver 1.2 digital camera?
Answer . \nI don't know the answer to the question - however I can offer some suggestions.\n. \n1.) Read the instructions carefully and look for clues on how to change the settings.\n. \n2.) Talk to a photographer. They know all types of handy camera tricks.\n. \n3.) Write to the manufactuar o…f the camera. Maybe they can send you additional information.\n. \nHope that helps!\n. \n. \nJim Rogers\nNew York, NY (MORE)
I would definitly answer "yes" to the best quality lens you can afford. I shoot soccer as an advanced hobby and find that even the 70-200mm VR lens is sometimes not long enough, so I've broken down and purchased the Sigma 50-500mm lens. It's about half the price as the shorter range Nikon and the ph…otos are AMAZING!!! Because sport action happens so fast, there is no time to change lenses, so this one is perfect because of its range. Plus in sports, it's always exciting when you can get all those amazing expressions on the faces of the players, and that would not be possible with a normal or small telephoto lens. Most sport photo sites will tell you that a minimum of 300 mm is a necessity for decent photos because you'll be cropping like crazy with a shorter lens, and then of course the quality of the photo will be drastically reduced and the details will be absent. I was never able to shoot a decent sports photo without a nice long lens. Another factor when shooting sports, is that you need a good quality FAST lens. I find that when I'm out at dusk, or if its raining, the only way I can get a decent shot is if I'm shooting with a F 2.8 lens or better. If its a nice sunny day, or if the sport venue will allow you to use a flash, then the Sigma lens is amazing for the price of about $1,000. (MORE)
You may be experiencing a lack of performance from your Autofocus because of either:. 1. Your cameras/lens noticably slow AF motor. 2. Poor lighting conditions. 3. The incorrect AF mode is being used. Depending on what situation is being focused, you may benefit from switching to manual focus fo…r a particular picture (such as one with low light). You may also use a AF Illuminator if your camera has one to help the camera focus in the aforementioned low light scenario.. It may be a good idea to practice using your cameras different AF modes to see how they react in various environments. Some autofocus modes prove to be optimal for different or unique situations, such as sports or other photography with fast motion.. The truth is, this problem could be due to a number of things. By either practicing with the cameras/lenses autofocus system or using manual focus, you should notice a significant improvement in your pictures.. Hope this helped. (MORE)
To photograph lightning, you have to a pretty large extent get lucky! You have to get into a position where you can see the lightening. You will need a tripod and a cable release.. With the camera on the tripod, focus on infinity and make sure you have set manual focus.. With the D200, you can set… to take several exposures with a single press. Set a low aperture (f4 say) and use aperture priority.. As soon as you see lightening, hold the cable and shoot off a few frames - you can look at the results on the LCD and adjust the focal length/exposure as appropriate.. If you are photographing at night, then you can use B settings and hold the shutter open until the lightning strikes and then close the shutter. (MORE)
Try a digital camera with its lens set to "closeup". You may need to provide some side lighting rather than using a flash, because it will help the coin's features to show up better. For small coins you'll probably need a special lens, however. I'd discuss that with a local camera dealer for ideas s…pecific to whatever camera you own. (MORE)
If you could travel at airplane speed, it would take about 16 days. However, in a rocket ship it takes about three days.
Press and hold down the button to the left of the viewfinder (notthe BKT button, but the one right next to it), and rotate thecommand dial (the one above the CF card slot door) until you seethe "clock" icon in the top display screen. Then press the shutterbutton to start the timer.
I don't think that "inferior" is the correct term. Really they are targetted at different markets. The major advantage of the D90 is that it has an internal AF motor so can focus on any AF Nikkor lens. The D5000 requires an AF-S lens to do the same thing. Other considerations are more external contr…ol buttons and wheels on the D90 and higher shutter lifespan. The one thing that the D5000 has that the D90 does not is the swivel LCD screen. Since I don't use live view at all, the swivel does nothing for me, but someone who uses it, especially for video may find it useful. (MORE)
to do videos u hav to downloed hypercam which is free and is probally a safe download as it hasn't caused me problems if u wnt pics just print screen then paste in to something like power point or word
It's used to increase the focal length of a lens. There are two types you can get a x1.4 and x2. If you place the x2 between the camera and a 300mm lens, then you end up with a 600mm lens - but it will cost you 2 stops of exposure, so the autofocus may well stop working.
Police photography or, more accurately, forensic photography would be used to: 1. take pictures of a crime scene 2. take pictures of evidence 3. take pictures of injuries 4. take pictures of vandalism.
We see light (from the sun) reflected off the moon. That's how we see almost everything!. In an eclipse of the earth we would not see the moon as it would be in our shadow.
You can use photography everywhere but there are specific areas of photography like when people have interests of taking pictures of landscape or seascape. Some love to take pictures of people (portrait) some, concepts like objects or even close up (macro) and a lot. You might want to join some of t…he photography networks online to widen your knowledge of photography. (MORE)
The Nikon D5000 is rated as an excellent camera by the major photography magazines online. It is considered an entry-level to enthusiast level DSLR. Costco has a package deal for the camera body, two VR zoom lenses and a camera bag for 824.99. BHAudioVideo has a very good deal on the body only or wi…th one zoom. A comparable camera, nikon d3000 with a two lens kit is 599.99 at best buy, at least here in our local store. I am wavering between these two but will likely own one of them in a few days. Good luck. oh and they kick a$$ botth of them i sware yo (MORE)
Well, it works much like any other digital camera. The advantages are that it is an all-in-one device, being able to do things other than just taking pictures. Typical disadvantages include lower resolution than standalone cameras. Typical for low-end to mid-range phones is 1.3 to 2 megapixels. Som…e phones feature as high as 6 megapixels. The higher the number, the better the clarity and ability to see detail. Other advantages include discretion. While cameras may not be allowed in certain places, rarely are cell phones excluded. Voila! A way to dodge the rules! Also, pictures may be taken without the knowledge of the subject, since most phones don't have a flash and any shutter sound effect can be muted. If for nothing else, you can take pictures of everyone in your phonebook so that when they call, their picture pops up on the screen! (MORE)
Photography is a popular form of art that involves capturing a moment on film. Now digitized, photography can be manipulated using systems such as Photoshop to make for the best possible image. There are many occupations that require an expertise in photography, a couple being photojournalism or gra…phic design. (MORE)
Generally, you can with all cameras. All you need is a shallow depth of field. You can achieve this by using a low aperture (ex. f/2.8, f/1.8) The lower the f/#, the shallower your depth of field will be.
Yes but older AF lenses that do not have an autofocus motor in them will not autofocus with the D5000.
If you have an AF, or auto-focus lens (like the kit 18-55mm lens) you can focus your lens prior to filming, but cannot auto-focus while filming. To manually focus, switch the switch on the side of your lens to 'M' for manual. To focus, turn the outer focus ring on the lens until your subject matter …is clear. (MORE)
You would have to save the pictures to your computer. If you have a photograph printer at home, just print them out from there. However, if you do not, you will have to load the picture(s) only a jumpdrive or a CD. After you upload your picture(s), bring the CD or jump drive to your local Walgreens …or CVS and you can get them printed easily onto photopaper. (MORE)
The Nikon D5000 comes with a Nikkor AF-S 18-55mm kit lens when bought, though you can also purchase the camera new without the lens, or with a series of other choices of lenses. This lens is a good starting lens to learn the basics with, but if you are looking for a more professional method of photo…graphing, I would recommending investing in a prime or zoom lens. (MORE)
Is Nikon D5000 with the lenses that come with it a good camera for interior or architectural photography?
No. Architectural photography requires control over converging vertical lines. Anytime you shoot a building and don't hold the camera perfectly perpendicular to the building's surface, the vertical surfaces of the building willh converge making it look like it's leaning in the picture. You need 1) a… view camera with tilt, shift & swing lens plate and ground glass, or 2) perspective control lenses for the D5000, which run over $1000 a pop. (MORE)
Advertising: http://zenephoto.com/images/c2.jpg . historical documentation: http://www.bittenandbound.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/obama-inauguration.jpg . connecting one part of the world with another: . http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2002/04/afghan-girl/index-text/1 . http://…ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2002/04/afghan-girl/sight-and-sounds-interactive . family photos . documenting special events: http://www.weddingphotos.com/ There are a lot of uses for photography in the modern world, and all of them are very important! (MORE)
Sure, but be sure to photograph your subject against a white background. This way you can digitally select the background and remove it. Then use the fabric picture as a new background. Photoshop allows you to use layers to easily accomplish that. Load your picture into Photoshop. Select the… background and delete it, leaving only the main subject and a transparent background. Load the fabric picture into another layer, and move that layer behind your picture. You can load as many different fabric pictures as you want, each into its own layer, and see which one goes best with your picture. Remember to save this new picture as a new Photoshop (.psd) file so you can come back and edit it later. NEVER save over your original picture. (MORE)
I agree. I have a d5000 and my close friend has a d3000. They're both great cameras capable of beautiful images, yet the d5000 has seemed so show more depth and just a bit sharper of images. It depends on lens and such too, but id go with the d5000 for sure, for only a couple hundred dollars more it… is definitely worth the investment. (MORE)
Photography is typically used to capture the beauty and finesse in the world. It shows people another side of the world that they would normally never see. Visit the related links below to take a look at some of the pictures people have taken so you can get a better perspective on things.
A graduated neutral density filter helps to control over exposure of the sky. The filter has a clear to dark gradient, with the clear side being intended for land or other dark areas of the photo and the dark side covers the lighter areas. By controlling the amount of light hitting the digital senso…r, the camera will expose the photo as your eyes see it and not under expose the land in order to preserve the sky, or over expose the sky to show detail in the land. While a GND can be used to control exposure for different areas of the photo, a neutral density filter is all gray and can be used to accomplish the same thing if you are taking pictures of just the sky. A ND can also be used to great effect to get the fantasy mist effect when photographing water. A cheap alternative is to use a long shutter, low aperture, and "paint" the photograph using something like a black glove - use the viewfinder, and move the glove around to cover different areas of the photo. This trick can produce a G/ND effect and cost only what half a pair of gloves costs. (MORE)
Turn the camera on and press the Lv (liveview) button just above the OK button/arrows and to the right of the lcd screen. When you're ready to record, press the OK button; to stop, press it again. If you'd like to lock the exposure (so it won't change in different lighting) press the AE-L/AF-L butto…n (it has a picture of a tiny lock to the left of it) that is to the right of the viewfinder when recording. (MORE)
Depends on what your wanting, if you want something more video based, you'll probably want the D5000. But, if you want something more photography based, you more likely to want the D3100. I'm going with the D3100 instead of the D5100 because it looks more video based.
You can use a website called cameroid.com and lolcam.com on facebook,, these allow you to use your webcam and use special effects
Yes, the D7000 (and the D90) has fully automatic to fully manual settings. And has most of the features in the more expensive slrs
The moon doesn't really tell us anything. It is just a reflecter. The sun's rays are hitting the moon, and the moon reflects the light. We call it night because the Earth is rotating and it rotates away from the sun so the moon (and stars) are the only sources of light in the sky.
The quality of a Nikon depends on the models, but typically in the models from the past couple years the image stabilizers inside the lower end models are fairly cheap. This means that most of the photos will come out hazy and blurry. However, most Nikon D-SLRs have fantastic image stabilizers and t…ake fantastic pictures. (MORE)
No, sadly you can't. When you try and take a picture it says 'Connect your Xbox LIVE Vision camera'. So, you have to have a Xbox LIVE Vision Camera to take pictures on your Xbox 360. I don't know why this is because it takes photos alight whilst playing a game.
i have the nikon D3100 and i love it there are so many options etc
and nikon camera can use a nikon lens, try a D3000, a D50, or a D9
Because at night it functions as a mirror for the sun. It's like this: You -------> (watch in this direction) ----> Moon (mirroring the sunlight in your eye) -------------------------------------- ..................^ Earth (blocks the sun) ............................../ ..................…............................................./ ............................................................/ ........................................................./ ....................................................../ ..................................................Sun (forget about the dots, that's just to position the lines because I can't type spaces in this drawing) (MORE)
With the quality of the new digital cameras, you don't really need an expensive camera to take good pictures. There are 12 MP cameras available for $99 or less that will beat the snot out of a 5 MP Nikon of a couple of years ago. Just remember that higher resolution means more memory usage, so when …shooting remember to set your resolution with printing in mind. If you are going to print as a 4x6 then 3 MP will be fine. If you are looking at enlarging to 8x10 you might want to up the resolution to 5 or 7 MP. (MORE)
Digital cameras are great for taking pictures of people and things. Most people use digital cameras nowadays, but some people still use film which can be better quality.
The Nikon D200 is great for everyday quick shots, as well as action shots thanks to the fast auto-changing ISOs and auto contrast features. It is also built with tougher material making it better for everyday use than other cameras in the same price and quality category.
The Nikon D3000 has 10.1 megpixel resolution, and can be a good entry level choice for equine action photography. Nikon's Nikkor lens quality is excellent, the camera features image stabilization, quick shutter response, 11-point autofocus, and allows continuous shooting at "up to" 3 frames per seco…nd (use the Sports setting). You can buy other lenses in addition to the one supplied with the camera, but they have to be the Nikkor AF-S type in order for everything to work properly. The faster Nikkor lenses designed for sports photography range in price from about USD $800 to $2000 each, new. The drawback is that 3 frames per second isn't as fast as it sounds, and it is followed by a short lagtime where you can't take pictures at all while the camera processing tries to catch up with you. That means you may be disappointed to miss some good shots. Another potential drawback is that you can't look directly through the lens like you can with some SLR cameras, but use an LCD screen on the back to compose pictures and focus the lens. If you're already used to using LCD screens, you won't find this a problem. While the D3000 is a great camera, you might be happier with the D5000, which has higher resolution and is a little faster, if you can afford to spend another $200 upfront. Look for bargains from reputable online sources. (MORE)
With few exceptions, you're going to be much better off only buying Nikkor lenses. Stay away from Sigma and Tamron. The D5000 doesn't have a focus motor, so only buy lenses AF-S, AF-I, or G lenses if you want auto focus. I'll assume you already have the mediocre kit lens (18-55mm). Next you shoul…d invest in a fast prime. The Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G AF-S or the Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G AF-S are both excellent lenses. (MORE)
Well if you're computer/laptop didn't come with a software than download one of the internet for example dell webcam central but where to download it I don't know
u first click the top right button but only half way and u hold it on focus then the side button u click
You should buy a lens compatible with Nikon dx. I have a nikon d5100. I bought it at Adorama i have two lenses: nikon dx 18-55, nikon dx 55-300 the two lenses are the best ones i ever had. Hope it helps :)
The most important first step in the process is to carefully set the camera down on a flat surface, pick up the instruction/operation booklet that came with it, and read the booklet. There's all kinds of cool stuff in there, and it even tells you how to use the camera. If you don't have a book…let, you can download it from the internet. (MORE)
Nikon Photography is, indeed an educational provider. On the nikonusa website, there are educational videos that one may watch for free. These videos include tutorials that help photographers master new techniques as well as experiment with different photography styles.
There are many different Nikon cameras. The compact digital cameras from Nikon are mainly simple "shoot and point" cameras where you open the shutter, point the camera at what you want to take a picture of and press the shutter. Other Nikon cameras have an interchangeable lens and adjustable focus …to improve picture quality. (MORE)
Heather Bennett uses a broad range of photographic equipment to take shots including digital cameras and sophisticated lenses. Bennett also uses tripods and special camera lights as needed.