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    Hi
    I am new to aviation photography. I am 16 and have a nikon COolpix 4300. Is this a good camera to take pic's of aircraft, etc?

  • #2
    it's a good beginning camera.

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    • #3
      It's the photographer that takes the picture, not the camera. Let's see what you can do...............

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      • #4
        Re: Digital Camera ?'s

        Originally posted by indianboy821
        Hi
        I am new to aviation photography. I am 16 and have a nikon COolpix 4300. Is this a good camera to take pic's of aircraft, etc?
        I think it is OK. I have taken all of my photos with Coolpix 4300. Take a look if you like...
        http://www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?userid=2864

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        • #5
          Just make sure you also got photoshop to correct lighting, horizon and some basics! Don't think about cloning a tail, not allowed!

          Microsoft photoeditor is abosolute trash at re-sizing and sharpening among other things. I must have annoyed plenty of screeners after re-submitting around 20 pics because I just got photoshop today.

          By looking at this, 4 megapixels and up to 1/1000 shutter speed, this camera seems fine for spotting. The 3x zoom may not be practical for stuff like nose closeups though.
          http://www.steves-digicams.com/2002_...nikon4300.html

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          • #6
            Microsoft photoeditor is abosolute trash at re-sizing and sharpening among other things. I must have annoyed plenty of screeners after re-submitting around 20 pics because I just got photoshop today.
            Since I don't have photoshop yet, I usually use Microdoft Photo Editor to edit my pictures, and I quite like it.

            Earlier I used to use photoimpression, but I prefer Photoeditor to that.

            However, no doubt, Photoshop/Photoshop elements is the best.

            Tanuj.
            "The Director also sets the record straight on what would happen if oxygen masks were to drop from the ceiling: The passengers freak out with abandon, instead of continuing to chat amiably, as though lunch were being served, like they do on those in-flight safety videos."

            -- The LA Times, in a review of 'Flightplan'

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