I was somewhat familiar with using a Nikon D3000 so i decided on buying my very first DSLR: Nikon D3200.
I will admit i was kind of new with the terminology like ISO, F-stop, exposure time, metering, etc.
dedicated myself to study up and so far i have taken a few photos i feel are worthy.
decided on taking a walk out on the cloudy, post-moist Coastal Virginian weather
(taken with a D3000, just showing the D3200)
I think the stratus clouds are fantastic
Tips, advice, constructive criticism, and suggestions are very appreciated.
I am quite new to the hobby, but i am very aspiring to get better at various styles of photography.
Camera: Nikon D3200
Lens: Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm (essentially the included kit lens)
I do have some ideas for recording/ shooting some Airsoft sports action.
And i am thinking of saving for a telephoto lens for sports and insect/bird photography.
D-SLR photography has made a slight change to how i see the world around me now.
I may look at a tree, building, or even a sign and ponder the idea if i may take a photo of it.