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    Quote Originally Posted by cantaresg View Post
    Oh. I apologise if I sounded rude. Well it is really great that someone is willing to put in such efforts to help newbies. Just felt that DSLR newbies usually need an extra hand more. Sorry. And cheers.
    No worries, I will take your point and will work out something for some mid level users. I will find the time for it perhaps in May.

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    Very generous mod.
    Too bad I can't attend that day. Hope you guys enjoyed it.

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    so i also cannot join in? 2005 member also....haha..discrimination! old member but newbie! Juz kidding bout the discrimination bit hor...

    Upz for u..glad ppl are imparting their knowledge for ppl to learn.

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    Hi, I did not realise that if I own a DSLR I will not qualify for this session. Actually I do need help with the basics. But its ok, I will give up my place since I do not qualify. Thanks chngpe01 for organising this interactive session. Its great to know that you are there to help.

    1) kapooh/karen
    2) jusnapit
    3) wen
    4) crabball
    5) cjl
    6) furideriku ( newbie in everything )
    7) aloyyolaaloy

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    Quote Originally Posted by chngpe01 View Post
    No worries, I will take your point and will work out something for some mid level users. I will find the time for it perhaps in May.
    yeah....
    cant wait for that...

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    for this session!

    and for this:
    Quote Originally Posted by chngpe01 View Post
    No worries, I will take your point and will work out something for some mid level users. I will find the time for it perhaps in May.
    +1 vote for it! Can I sign up for that one first?

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    i am totallly new to photography..but would be away for a short hol that week..would appreciate if the date can be pushed back a little..or hoping if there is a 2nd lesson!

    thanks!!

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    hmm im wondering if this is a one-off time course or wld there be several lessons? 1 session is definitely not sufficient.. not trying to sound greedy.. i was wondering if newbies wld like to form a support grp and interact on a regular basis or sth.. a form of encouragement for each other to improve and also there's a grp to discuss abt the pics taken.. it sounds fun!

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    I shld tink a 1 time course to guide on the basics. Its up to individual to shoot and experiment, to learn and to share. Of couse, basic foundations must be there

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    I would love to join... Juz got my DSLR 1 month ago....

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    Awwwwwwwww man!! yeah i do own a DSLR and did not realise that u had intended to only take in non-DSLRs. sorryyyyyyyyyy about that and i certainly respect your decision...it's ur class, ur effort, ur time...u can and most defi shd be able to pick the qualification criteria! uppzzzzzzzzzzz again for u mate for this sterling effort...may more be inspired!!

    (Just a parting note - someone mentioned that not all DSLR owners are pro's...yes that's true....e.g. i decided to start my explorations by starting off with a DSLR...but trust me am a newbie as i had no clue what aperture, shutter speed and bokeh meant up until 2weeks ago!! hell...i cd not even fix my own lens on my dslr for a few days!!) shhhhhhhh...hope no one's listening!

    All the best for the session mate...have fun u lucky 10!!


    Quote Originally Posted by chngpe01 View Post
    I have done a background check and the list is reduced to this:

    1) kapooh/karen
    2) jusnapit
    3) wen
    4) coolpix7900
    5) crabball
    6) cjl
    7) furideriku ( newbie in everything )


    Sorry to reject those listed here... bros you all are too "un newbie" liao

    gil your are too pro already - look at this http://forums.clubsnap.com/showthread.php?t=134682


    plsoong (i'm quite a newbie when it comes to composition....) Yes I believe you, like believing the world is flat. My friend, look at your website:www.blackorangepeel.com. Anyway you are welcome to help around.


    melvin - Too qualified liao, wow newbie since 2005

    daydreamz - believe you own a DSLR? this session too basic for u

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    wait till may looooo......

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    i wish to join too, but i dont have a digicam but planning to get a dslr to learn..=(
    btw, it's very kind of u to organize this lession for new photographers =)

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    Up for my buddy!

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    1) kapooh/karen
    2) jusnapit
    3) wen
    4) crabball
    5) cjl
    6) furideriku ( newbie in everything )
    7) aloyyolaaloy
    8) canonws's friend (i dun know his nick in cs)

    He is totally new in photography and going to buy a dslr this week.
    Will he be taught of shutter speed, aperture, ISO and etc?
    Just helping him to signup first since the seat is limited. if he can't make it on that date, then i will inform you and withdraw the seat for another newbie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantaresg View Post
    Oh. I apologise if I sounded rude. Well it is really great that someone is willing to put in such efforts to help newbies. Just felt that DSLR newbies usually need an extra hand more. Sorry. And cheers.
    If u Canon user, can approach USM or join his meetup sessions

    Delighted to see mod spending effort to improve community spirit in CS !!
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    1) kapooh/karen
    2) jusnapit
    3) wen
    4) crabball
    5) cjl
    6) furideriku ( newbie in everything )
    7) aloyyolaaloy
    8) canonws's friend (i dun know his nick in cs)
    9) focusnap

    Appreciate Chngpe01 to do something really constructive to move newbies up the learning curve.

    Please include me. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chngpe01 View Post
    plsoong (i'm quite a newbie when it comes to composition....) Yes I believe you, like believing the world is flat. My friend, look at your website:www.blackorangepeel.com. Anyway you are welcome to help around.


    don't mean to kajiao your thread lar.... but seriously, for myself, i'll still sorta "revise" on the basics when i shoot nowadays..... so.......

    anything u need, just gimme a tinkle

    Anybody who doesn't have a cam yet?

    I'll pass my F80 to PE and let u guys share to "try as you learn" (please take good care of it though )

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    Hi canonws, ur friend may not qualify if he owns a dslr as you mention. refer to thread posts above urs and also comments from our generous organiser. Juz givin u a heads up...cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by canonws View Post
    1) kapooh/karen
    2) jusnapit
    3) wen
    4) crabball
    5) cjl
    6) furideriku ( newbie in everything )
    7) aloyyolaaloy
    8) canonws's friend (i dun know his nick in cs)

    He is totally new in photography and going to buy a dslr this week.
    Will he be taught of shutter speed, aperture, ISO and etc?
    Just helping him to signup first since the seat is limited. if he can't make it on that date, then i will inform you and withdraw the seat for another newbie.

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    if it helps, i found that the book given by sony (during the recent lens launch) has some quite good details on the basic things like aperture, shuttle speed, composition, framing etc. so for those that is interested, maybe u can PM me and i can try to make a few copy of the pages (less the sales talk n sony specific info, any copyright issue??) or scan into softcopy (if i have time) to email to those interested. Mostly useful for newbies and first timer user of cameras.

    hope it helps

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