View Poll Results: How would you rate your photographic skills/photo quality?

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  • Excellent. Can't be better.

    1 1.54%
  • Above Average, still room for improvement.

    12 18.46%
  • Average, still got lots to work on.

    26 40.00%
  • Below Average, long way to go

    25 38.46%
  • Terrible, hopeless.

    1 1.54%
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Thread: How would you rate your photographic skills/photo quality?

  1. #1
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    Default How would you rate your photographic skills/photo quality?

    How would you rate your photographic skills/photo quality?

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    Unhappy

    Chose Average.... cos.... still got a lot to work on

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    Don't think anyone will choose excellent, even the best photographer in the world.

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    Talking

    Originally posted by revenant
    Don't think anyone will choose excellent, even the best photographer in the world.
    maybe one of the in-house Pros will choose that?

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    Originally posted by revenant
    Don't think anyone will choose excellent, even the best photographer in the world.
    Just want to see who so thick skinned.

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    Just want to see who so thick skinned.

    Regards
    CK
    Hahaha...now that you say this, I don't think the guy will reveal himself if he put exellent!

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    Think i have made considerable progress compared to that of four months ago. For me no doubt the D60 is the key to my improvement. I can't image what if I don't have a DSLR - maybe need 2 years to achieve my present status. However, I rate myself as an average (or below?) skilled photographer cos there are still lots of things to learn.

    This is a wonderful and challenging hobby, i would say

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    Originally posted by tomshen
    This is a wonderful and challenging hobby, i would say
    Yeah, and an expensive one as well

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    Originally posted by andretan

    maybe one of the in-house Pros will choose that?
    Doubt it as us "in-house Pro's" all know our areas of weakness and strength ... frankly none of us would be that egotistical .. a few of the amateurs I can think of might be though.
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    Heheh...

    I'm like hopeless but decided to boost my own ego by saying that i am "Below Average, long way to go"
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