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Old 03-25-2015, 06:57 AM
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Thank you for the links!
Hey, you can also go onto youtube and search "Photography for beginners". You'll find a plethora of videos to help you out. I learn better by watching, not by reading. I learned most of my "skills" by watching youtube videos. Months later I took photography in college which was pretty useless, but it teaches you the "art appreciation" aspect of photography. It was useless to me as in I didn't learn anything I didn't already know.

Also, most everyone on here will assume you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera. You'll need one of these in order to make the adjustments we are talking about. I assume you have one though! Have fun!
Yup! I have a Nikon D3100 I got for Christmas a year ago. I've been dogging it in terms of learning the finer details of photography . This will be my summer though. Single and nothing better to do LOL
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Thank you for the links!
Hey, you can also go onto youtube and search "Photography for beginners". You'll find a plethora of videos to help you out. I learn better by watching, not by reading. I learned most of my "skills" by watching youtube videos. Months later I took photography in college which was pretty useless, but it teaches you the "art appreciation" aspect of photography. It was useless to me as in I didn't learn anything I didn't already know.

Also, most everyone on here will assume you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera. You'll need one of these in order to make the adjustments we are talking about. I assume you have one though! Have fun!
Yup! I have a Nikon D3100 I got for Christmas a year ago. I've been dogging it in terms of learning the finer details of photography . This will be my summer though. Single and nothing better to do LOL
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Aren't you coming to the Dragon? If so, good place to practice! I always end up with over 500 shots at least.
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Old 03-25-2015, 10:14 AM
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Aren't you coming to the Dragon? If so, good place to practice! I always end up with over 500 shots at least.

Are you talking to me or FluKy15?
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Aren't you coming to the Dragon? If so, good place to practice! I always end up with over 500 shots at least.

Are you talking to me or FluKy15?
FluKy. Sorry to threadjack.
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