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What Do You Need to Learn to Take Better Photos in 2015?

At the beginning of each year, I like to have a look at what I want to do with my photography and I can take better photos in that year. And this year is no different!

Take a look at what I want to do and what I’ve got planned:

I would like to try out Mirrorless Cameras, I like the look of their size and weight.
It would be great to go on more Photowalks and meet more photographers, I’m going to plan one a month.
I want to help people to take better photos and enjoy their photography, by sharing my knowledge and experiences on this blog.
And I’d like to do more Night Photography, like above.

What about you?

The start of the year is a great time to plan and think about what you want to do this year, so how about you – when it comes to taking photos…… What do you want to do this year? Do you want to take better photos of your kids? Do you want to understand your camera better or get to know your new camera? How about holiday snaps?

While I’m sure you love to listen to me waffling on for hours trying to guess at what help you need!….. I’d love to talk (some of the time 🙂 ) about things that you really want me to talk about! So in other words I’d rather listen to you!

I want to know what you want to learn about or want help with in 2015?

So I have one question for you this year – 1 question!

What do you want to learn in 2015 to help you take better photos?

You can leave a comment below or you can email me at: mandy@thephotographerblog.com

So if you want to, I’d love to hear your thoughts…


Comments 3

  1. I got a Canon 600D with a standard 18-55mm IS kit lens for christmas and this year I want to learn how to use it for landscapes and potentially portrait and sport photos

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  2. Hi, I’m pretty new to this blog. And I am currently looking for a camera. After some research I came across the Nikon D5300 DSLR.

    But, is it a good idea to buy a DSLR since mirrorless camera’s are getting better and better.

    My question is. How does a higher entry-level DSLR compare to a mirrorless of the same price.

    So maybe a D5300 compared to a Panasonic GX7.

    I would love to read some insights.

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