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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post

    For those who really scared people steal their ideas, they won't even bother tell people about this. They just keep asking many questions in the forum than keep quite after gotton the replies. Some even try to delete the threads later on.
    If there are some replies in the thread, how to delete? I guess u meant delete posts.... Haha doesn't matter... I got the drift. But seriously such people are pathetic.
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    Default Re: Have any newbies in here tried shooting alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by sin77 View Post
    If there are some replies in the thread, how to delete? I guess u meant delete posts.... Haha doesn't matter... I got the drift. But seriously such people are pathetic.

    yes, members can delete their own threads, with or without replies from other members.
    what they can't do is delete a locked thread.
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    Default Re: Have any newbies in here tried shooting alone?

    back to TS question.

    just go out and shoot, don't over thinking about how other people might look at you, you need not to worry too much, unless you are doing something unlawful.
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    Go ahead, move around, take images. Nothing wrong there, pal. You're learning photography, no different from a kid learning to ride a bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blur Shadow View Post
    Go ahead, move around, take images. Nothing wrong there, pal. You're learning photography, no different from a kid learning to ride a bike.
    Maybe that will cause him to feel embarrassed.

    Those who stared at him are just envy of his camera and hobby.
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    Default Re: Have any newbies in here tried shooting alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    back to TS question.

    just go out and shoot, don't over thinking about how other people might look at you, you need not to worry too much, unless you are doing something unlawful.
    Thanks Ts for the tips man! really appreciate those advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blur Shadow View Post
    Go ahead, move around, take images. Nothing wrong there, pal. You're learning photography, no different from a kid learning to ride a bike.
    Thanks blur Shadow. Learning in progress right now. Appreciate the tips man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sin77 View Post
    Maybe that will cause him to feel embarrassed.

    Those who stared at him are just envy of his camera and hobby.
    You got a point there buddy, but sometimes just after of being called a poser carrying DSLR around haha.

    Other CS here have a fair share of advice that i would wanna try it out and hopefully it works out.

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