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13 Resources for DSLR Beginners

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I know it can take a while to adjust when moving from a point and shoot camera to a DSLR. So I’ve put these tips and resources together (in no particular order) for photographers who are just starting out with DSLR’s, although I’m sure they are a good reminder for all of us. 13 resources – Lucky for some! +1 …

Iron Chef Photography: Shoe Project

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Do you enter Photography Projects? There are lots of photography projects around to participate in covering just about everything. So far I’ve only submitted to one project back in March but I want to do more, I think they are a great way to learn and challenge myself. So I’ve entered another one… Above is my entry for Neil Creek’s …

TPB Monthly Round Up #3

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Here’s the TPB monthly round up for March, doesn’t time fly! I’ve found some really interesting information this month, so without waffling on too much about it here they are: You may have heard me talking about the Photography 101 course that I am following on The Digital Photography School blog, well they are written by an Austrailian photographer called …

Photography 101 – 2nd Lesson

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This week the second lesson of the Photography 101 course that I’m following is looking at lenses and focus. Looking at the theoretical side to bending light, lenses and focusing. Some people haven’t liked the fact that the two lessons have been based around theory, and want to get down to the nitty gritty of taking photos. But I can …

Photography 101 – First Lesson?

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Did anyone else go over to the Digital Photography School blog on Monday and read Neil Creek’s first lesson of the Photography 101 course, Light and the Pinhole camera? I did and I found it really interesting. He is starting with the basics of how photography works which I like, because the better the foundation and knowledge of how photography …