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    Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

    p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.

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    The things you are referring to is normally called "Composition". There's newbies guides here on CS as well as all over the internet, and in books in the library. Try a google search for "photography basics" and start reading and learning.
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    thank you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by yclee99 View Post
    Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

    p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.
    go and pick up some books on COMPOSITION in the national library

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    Try Kelby Training - lots of online lessons to learn about photography.
    http://www.kelbytraining.com/
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    Thanks a lot guys...

    Anyway, I'm prefer online source as I never went to library... :P

    prefer 'google' it...

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    Books are better...

    Seriously...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yclee99 View Post
    Anyone can share with me good shooting technique (website or base on your experience)? Particularlly shooting angle, object distance, ratio of object size in the picture, etc...

    p/s: assuming I'm using normal digital camera.
    read the books, copy the shots and then make them your own. How long could it possibly take?
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    Any book that you guys highly recommended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yclee99 View Post

    prefer 'google' it...
    So why haven't you googled it already? Just search for "photography tutorial"
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    'Google' it already...
    but i found most of it is text base...
    I would prefer something like comparison (eg. if shooting at this A angle compare B angle)....

    Anyway, thank again for those replying my question

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    Go down to Riceball/Funan. Tons of great books.

    And find what you like. Have a look at 'The photographer's eye/Michael Freeman' or 'The moment it clicks/Joe McNally'

    But then it all depends. Do you want to learn about landscape? Portrait? Fashion? Wedding?

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    Basically I want to learn composition 1st... as I'm using normal DC only. After sort of master in composition, then I might be consider move to dslr world

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    Your one-stop-shop for photography tips and tricks regardless of proficiency level.
    http://digital-photography-school.com/

    Once you've digested the facts, take some shots and compare with what you had in mind. Better yet, post it here for C&C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracus View Post
    Your one-stop-shop for photography tips and tricks regardless of proficiency level.
    http://digital-photography-school.com/

    Once you've digested the facts, take some shots and compare with what you had in mind. Better yet, post it here for C&C.
    look like a nice place to start. thanks.
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