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    Hi guys, I'm a newbie with kinda alot of time this few weeks before sch starts.. i love photography and would like to build a portfolio for myself.. How do you think i should start??
    Thanks all in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightStalker
    Hi guys, I'm a newbie with kinda alot of time this few weeks before sch starts.. i love photography and would like to build a portfolio for myself.. How do you think i should start??
    Thanks all in advance
    Get yourself a camera first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    Get yourself a camera first?
    and take tons of pics...

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    walaoz.. was hoping for better advise..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightStalker
    walaoz.. was hoping for better advise..
    Because this is Kopitiam! Those who come here are the scum of Clubsnap! he he he,

    Ok, post in this thread lah: http://forum.clubsnap.org/forumdisplay.php?f=8
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    Hong Kong Sien (Ah Long from Hong Kong)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightStalker
    walaoz.. was hoping for better advise..

    i hope that comment was done tongue-in-cheek because the advice given, although short are actually important to consider.

    Do you have a camera presently? The equipment that you have plays a role in determining the limitations of what you can produce and hence your portfolio.

    Have you taken alot of pictures already? If you have not, then it is a good idea to go out there and shoot all areas of photography from landscape to portraiture or even macro.. this will help in ascertaining which area(s) you are truly interested in and hence concentrate your efforts in that direction when building your portfolio.

    next time, instead of making such comments add on more information to what you would like to know so at least other members can provide you 'better advise' as you have put it.
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