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    hi, just joined this wonderful club, hope to learn from the guru here!

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    Hello....welcome.
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    Hi. Hey. Welcome. Newbie too. Haha.

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    hihi, newbie here too..
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    Hi all, new guy here too. Just started photography recently. Was thinking of getting another lens after I gotten the hang of my cam, any recommendations? I'm using canon 450D btw

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    Hello, drsnap. What a snappy nickname you have there. A warm welcome to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gymmie View Post
    Hi all, new guy here too. Just started photography recently. Was thinking of getting another lens after I gotten the hang of my cam, any recommendations? I'm using canon 450D btw
    Hmmm... wow, you sound like a super newbie, gymmie. No offence, but how to recommend lenses just like off-handedly that without knowing your photo style?
    Allow me this analogy: "I just started driving recently. Was thinking of getting another set of wheels, any recommendations?"
    I am just using this as an illustration. It all boils down to the driving style of the driver, how responsive you want your steering to be, how much road-holding you want your tyres to have, how fast an acceleration your want your engines to churn out.
    Same for photography too. Give your camera a good run-in for 1000km. Then I am sure you will know what comes next.

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    Hi another newbie here

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    Wow, so many new members of this wonderful club signing up here.
    I bid all new gentlemen and new ladies a very warm welcome.

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    looking for nikknon d3000 any advise?

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    How about sony a230 or a330?

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    Welcome to CS
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    Hi DrSnap!! (: Welcome my friend...
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    Welcome DrSnap...

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    hello~ newbie here too!
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    Ello and elcome~
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    Welcome to CS ~!
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    Quote Originally Posted by limwhow View Post
    Hmmm... wow, you sound like a super newbie, gymmie. No offence, but how to recommend lenses just like off-handedly that without knowing your photo style?
    Allow me this analogy: "I just started driving recently. Was thinking of getting another set of wheels, any recommendations?"
    I am just using this as an illustration. It all boils down to the driving style of the driver, how responsive you want your steering to be, how much road-holding you want your tyres to have, how fast an acceleration your want your engines to churn out.
    Same for photography too. Give your camera a good run-in for 1000km. Then I am sure you will know what comes next.
    Haha yea I'm super new to photography, much to learn from you guys. Basically I'm interested in street photography, still got a lot to learn about my cam. Will keep trying out to find out the limitations of the cam. Appreciate the reply.

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