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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 control 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.
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.
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 p…ictures of people (portrait) some, concepts like objects or even close up (macro) and a lot. You might want to join some of the photography networks online to widen your knowledge of photography.
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 with 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
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.
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 b…ackground. 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.
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 sha…rper 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.
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 l…inks below to take a look at some of the pictures people have taken so you can get a better perspective on things.
Yes in manual and non TTL auto modes.
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 button (it has a picture of a tiny lock to the left of it) that is to the right of the viewfinder when recording.
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 m…eans that most of the photos will come out hazy and blurry. However, most Nikon D-SLRs have fantastic image stabilizers and take fantastic pictures.
Yes zoom lenses are available for the D5000.
u first click the top right button but only half way and u hold it on focus then the side button u click
No, image stabisation is performed by Nikon VR lenses.
No, not really. Night photography typically relates to long exposure photography. Therefore you set your camera on a tripod with low ISO and expose it correctly for ambient li…ght, frequently 30 sec+
Some criticisms of the Nikon D5000 are that is small and has less pixel resolution that other models. These criticisms are mainly aesthetic in quality and different people may… view them as positive points in regards to price point or size.