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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Sorry, I'm a newbie, correct me if I'm wrong, but why can't you see the purpose of this thread?

    Sorry, I'm a nwebie, correct me if I'm wrong, but

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    Sorry, I'm a nwebie, correct me if I'm wrong, but

    togu

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Sorry, I'm a nwebie, correct me if I'm wrong, but

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    man! cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Sorry, I'm a nwebie, correct me if I'm wrong, but

    togu

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    espn

    *runs.........

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    Who? What? When? Why? How..............?

    Newbie......what's that.....I am really new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro Image
    Who? What? When? Why? How..............?

    Newbie......what's that.....I am really new.
    wah... danny newbie, then i must retire my cam liao.

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    I think they should have kept track word counts instead of posts to determine 'newbieship'

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    wah... danny newbie, then i must retire my cam liao.
    haha.....yeah.....me newbie lei......

    请多多指教!

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    How to classify newbie and oldie?? Any scale to meter? Hehheee

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    the thread titles sounds so familiar, I have seen many pple using this excuse to defend themselves.

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    who? a lot? a few? I don't know what I don't know! do you know?
    Sorry lar, I'm a newbie, correct me if I'm wrong but I actually don't know if I'm knowing everything. But don't worry.. the pros will correct me if I'm wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tunster
    How to classify newbie and oldie?? Any scale to meter? Hehheee
    A newbie asks questions in most of his/her subscribed threads,

    An oldie provides answers in most of his/her subscribed threads,

    If you are in-between, then you are a padawan.

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    Photography is so wide that few have the mastery or even experience on all areas. Some newbie have extensive knowledge on a small special area and some oldies have no knowledge of some types of photography....

    eg anyone here know how to take photos of squids 1 km under the sea? ulcer in the stomach? mating elephants? diamonds? or all four areas?

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    So des ka...but I think I'm the UFO type...oops...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tOGGY
    Photography is so wide that few have the mastery or even experience on all areas. Some newbie have extensive knowledge on a small special area and some oldies have no knowledge of some types of photography....

    eg anyone here know how to take photos of squids 1 km under the sea? ulcer in the stomach? mating elephants? diamonds? or all four areas?
    i can take all four






















    from the TV in my living room..
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    Quote Originally Posted by yanyewkay
    i can take all four

    from the TV in my living room..
    Sorry, I am a newbie here, how do you take pictures from a TV. A lot of flicker leh....

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    sorry, I am a newbie, maybe you can try the following:
    1.) record on tape and freeze it, then use long shutter to take pic of TV
    2.) input to PC and use screen capture.
    3.) ask tv producer if they can release you some pics of it.

    of course, if I'm wrong the pros here will correct me.
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    You must realize by now that "Newbie" is the highest form of compliment a photographer can give to himself.

    Newbie is the highest level in photography one can aspire to. It is the ultimate accolade.

    I've noticed that a "Newbie" here is overseas trained, owns a $50,000 studio and draws an income of $5,000 per assignment from commercial photography. Ever since he starts calling himself a "Newbie", "Newbie" assumes a whole new definition for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    You must realize by now that "Newbie" is the highest form of compliment a photographer can give to himself.

    Newbie is the highest level in photography one can aspire to. It is the ultimate accolade.

    I've noticed that a "Newbie" here is overseas trained, owns a $50,000 studio and draws an income of $5,000 per assignment from commercial photography. Ever since he starts calling himself a "Newbie", "Newbie" assumes a whole new definition for me.
    Wah cry... I also want to be "Newbie"!!!

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    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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