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As a 12.9 megapixel camera with new movie capture and numerousadvanced features, the Nikon D5000 is a remarkable blend ofsimplicity and advanced D-SLR capabilities.  The NikonD5000 Digital Field Guide will teach you how to get the mostout of these impressive features, as well as improve your basicphotography skills.

Chapter 1: Exploring the Nikon D5000 – Learn keycomponents of the D5000 including basic layout, dials, switches,and buttons.

Chapter 2: Nikon D5000 Essentials – This chapterdiscusses key settings such as

Chapter 3: Exploring the D5000 Menus – Learn how tocustomize the D5000 to fit your shooting style, refine workflow, orto refine the camera settings to fit different shootingscenarios.

Chapter 4: Essential Photography Concepts – Learnto fine-tune exposure, understand depth of field, and compose yourphotographs when using your D5000.

Chapter 5: Selecting and Using Lenses – Thischapter covers the most common, as well as the most recommendedD5000 lenses, and how they impact your photography.

Chapter 6: Working with Light. – The ability tocontrol light is one crucial step in taking great photos. Thischapter explains different types of light and how to modify lightto suit your needs.

Chapter 7: Working with D-Movie. – This chaptercovers tips, tricks, and workarounds in using D-Movie mode on yourD5000, as well as different types of video editing software.

Chapter 8: Viewing and In-camera Editing. – Learnhow to view and download your images from your new D5000 and to usethe new retouch options that were not available on previouscameras.

Chapter 9: Action and Sports Photography. – Thischapter discusses how to prepare your shot, pan using differentshutter speeds, and implement speedlights with your D5000.

Chapter 10: Flower and Plant Photography.  –This chapter explains preparing shots, how to implementbacklighting, and general tips for taking flower and plant photoswith your D5000.—make into a complete sentence

Chapter 11: Macro Photography. – This chaptercovers different tools you can use with your D5000 for macrophotography like lenses, filters, extension tubes, and more.

Chapter 12: Night and Lowlight Photography. –Discover how to successfully overcome low lighting obstacles tocapture great concert and nightlife photos with your D5000.

Chapter 13: Portrait Photography. – This chapterprepares you for photographing studio, outdoor, and indoor portraitsessions with your D5000.

Chapter 14: Still-life and Product Photography. –This chapter explains how to use the available light, continuouslights and other accessories when photographing still-lifes andproduct photography with your D5000.

Chapter 15: Urban and Rural Landscape Photography.– Learn how to set up D5000 for urban, desert, and silhouetteshots

Appendix A: Accessories. – This chapter coversremote controls, GPS unit, tripods and more accessories that youmight consider purchasing to accompany your D500.

With the Nikon D5000 Digital Field Guide, you will gain athorough understanding of the D5000, as well as the basicfundamentals of capturing the best possible photos in anysituation.

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