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    Default bloody good tips from a pro photographer.

    this is the best tips on photography that i've seen

    good for pros and noobs alike.


    click here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth
    this is the best tips on photography that i've seen

    good for pros and noobs alike.

    click here.
    What Len do I need to take the picture of the sunset like in the tutorial? TIA~
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    damm good tips...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    this is the best tips on photography that i've seen

    good for pros and noobs alike.


    click here.
    Suddenly, I feel myself more pro than the pro

    Great tips

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    Really Good tips

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    nice! i aspire to be like him!

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    it works,

    this is what I shot....


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    this is >>> ART <<< LOL
    "There are no mistakes, only lessons. Growth is a process of trials and errors."

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    This is not a true photographer.

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    Bokeh is awesome

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    Nice pictures lor, some people make blurry sunsets an art.

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    thanks God!, my $10k manual camera got this button "A" on it.
    Now I can shoot like a pro
    always the Light, .... always.

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    haha but isn't this truth in some perspective? - " I am a professional photographer because I bought a digital camera." ...

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    Haha a nice tips. Wasted my cam don't have the "A" button in front or else I can be a "Awesome" photographer!
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    You all are ()$&@(;:.??!$//)@"@?&?;;?

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    Quote Originally Posted by google
    You all are ()$&@(;:.??!$//)@"@?&?;;?
    Why. I have learnt alot from his tips. Am earning big bucks now.

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    Alamak, I should have read this tips 4 years ago. Now I have to redo all my shots.

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    this is too funny. thanks for sharing! haha

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    Shucks! How can he let the secrets out???

    Anyway, just some correction. 'A' on the camera is for 'Amateur'. When you switch to 'P'... You become a 'Professional'.
    Don't brag about your accomplishments; Show us your future works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JacePhoto View Post
    Shucks! How can he let the secrets out???

    Anyway, just some correction. 'A' on the camera is for 'Amateur'. When you switch to 'P'... You become a 'Professional'.
    No lah! A is awesome lah! P is poor!

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