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01/19/2015 06:14:09 AM · #26
my photos..

01/19/2015 08:10:12 AM · #27
Suggest you join DPC as a member, enter some challenges, vote and comment on images. The learning curve can begin now. It's a bit presumptuous to think you can jump immediately from student to professional. Real life experiences with wildlife will enhance your sales efforts and improve the impact of your photos. It's not about your equipment… it's about the artist in you.


Message edited by author 2015-01-19 08:38:24.
01/19/2015 08:21:38 AM · #28

Here is the link
01/19/2015 08:42:35 AM · #29
I suggest finding a good local wildlife photo club, they are a great source of information on when and where to shoot and you will get a lot of good tips from people who have been doing it for awhile, I am really lucky to have one of the best wildlife clubs in my back yard with some outstanding wildlife photographers that are willing to share and teach. Look for one in your area, you might be surprised how many are out there.
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