Photo Tips for Beginning DSLR Users

This is a discussion on Photo Tips for Beginning DSLR Users within the Articles forums, part of the Photography Tips category; I just wrote and article designed to help beginning DSLR users for the Portland Metro Photographic News . For my friends on the Photoforum who ...


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    I just wrote and article designed to help beginning DSLR users for the Portland Metro Photographic News. For my friends on the Photoforum who are just starting their photographic journey, I hope this article makes getting started in photography a little easier and your first pictures more rewarding.

    Here is the link.

    Enjoy your photographic experiences. I look forward to seeing your pictures on Photoforum and watching you grow in your new found craft.

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    Thanks for sharing...

    This site has been very useful to me for understanding the basics of photography:

    http://www.ttf.dk/English/TTF/The_TTF_Grant.aspx

    check out their free online photo school.. it's run by the Danish Nikon ambassador

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    thanks for the link hub. i haven't had a chance to read it yet, but i'm sure it will have some nice reminders in it for all of us.

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    Just be warned that when you have a DSLR, regardless of brand, you can always watch the next thing you would need - Speedlite, origins, remote, and it all before coming to Lens ...


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