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sherchoo : Thank you very much.
DSLR is really complicated for me...
I am studying the shooting technical from web, book, photocircle, etc.
I understand some basic term, but haven't try them in real photo taking.
Most of the time I take my photo indoor, so if I adjust ISO higher will cause more noise
on the picture?

for example (the photo below), am I use the right ISO Speed?
And which point I focuses will make my picture looks nicer?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rohm/3038425688/

I really have so many ??? I need to study harder then :D
 

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I believe most pple here never went to a phototaking class or school. Take more photos and you will have a closer relationship betwen your tools and your work. I've just started posting here but I've been reading here for years.
 

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