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    Do i need a tripod for my camera(ixus 430)??? seems kinda weird to mount a digicam onto a large tripod... but get a mini tripod also no use rite?? and... how do i start building up a portfolio?? can someone enlighten mi???

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    if you want to take night shot and dark situation then a tripod is a must.

    A tripod, no matter what size or shape is better that no tripod

    Not weird to mount a digicam on a tripod, large or mini.
    I even use a mini tripod for my dslr/slr.
    Don't worry about what you look like, worry about what your picture will look like.

    Building a portfolio, start by taking pictures.

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    Don't worry about what you look like, worry about what your picture will look like.



    Building a portfolio, start by taking pictures.[/QUOTE]


    Well said,brader.
    I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    if you want to take night shot and dark situation then a tripod is a must.

    A tripod, no matter what size or shape is better that no tripod

    Not weird to mount a digicam on a tripod, large or mini.
    I even use a mini tripod for my dslr/slr.
    Don't worry about what you look like, worry about what your picture will look like.

    Building a portfolio, start by taking pictures.
    Mmm... start by taking pictures?? anything also can?? or have specific themes to look out for?? like a wedding event or a night shot???

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    it depends on what kind of portfolio you want to create

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    thanx for the advice... i think i know wat to look out for nxt time...

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