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07/08/2009 09:11:59 AM · #1
Want to improve your photography?
http://blog.blogadda.com/2009/07/08/yet-another-shutterbugs-story

Read it.

Go.

Message edited by author 2009-07-08 09:12:14.
07/08/2009 09:27:53 AM · #2
Good Article. thanks for posting.
07/08/2009 10:09:36 AM · #3
Ditto,
I see some of my own experiences parallel what she wrote.
07/08/2009 10:13:11 AM · #4
Some good insight. The fact is, that after a while, you do start looking at things differently.
07/08/2009 10:23:20 AM · #5
Booo...blocked at work. Anyone care to cut and paste/ summarize?
07/08/2009 10:37:40 AM · #6
Originally posted by ajdelaware:

Booo...blocked at work. Anyone care to cut and paste/ summarize?


Basically, use what you already have. You don't need fancy equipment to start taking good pictures. Don't just look at the pictures you like ... study them. What makes them "pop" for you? The more you identify what it is that you like, the more you'll be able to seek out similar things (lighting, composition, backgrounds, etc). Post processing is not a cardinal sin. Network with people. Don't let education get in the way of your learning.

The last several points are worth reading more when you get to a non-blocked internet. :)
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