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Ryanchew

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firstly, i do not have any fancy camera like you all do. i own a small sony t-90.
secondly, im only 16
thirdly, photography just became one of my passions

i got my camera a few weeks ago, my father brought me to bukit timah hill with his (expensive) camera and i sorta began to like photography. although i dont use the cameras that u all use, i hope i can still post my pictures and i oso hope that u guys will help me along the way (until i buy my expensive camera :p)

my very first pictures.












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Rashkae

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firstly, i do not have any fancy camera like you all do. i own a small sony t-90.
secondly, im only 16
thirdly, photography just became one of my passions

i got my camera a few weeks ago, my father brought me to bukit timah hill with his (expensive) camera and i sorta began to like photography. although i dont use the cameras that u all use, i hope i can still post my pictures and i oso hope that u guys will help me along the way (until i buy my expensive camera :p)
Stick to your T90... There's no need to get an "expensive camera".
 

omahunk

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Welcome to CS....:cool:

Spend sometime reading up photography and some of acticles on forum. You will learn more.
 

madmartian

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Welcome to CS :) Have you checked out the other galleries here? Its good to see you posting your photos. You can post your photos under the different headings. There you'll also get to see how the various photos were taken & also get feedbacks on your shoot. That's how you can learn & find out more on photography ;)
 

styeoh

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Hello and welcome. Photography is about passion, vision and creativity. It is blind to type of camera and age. Unless you want to do more technical things like macro, birding, high-speed sports where more expensive equipment is required, any camera is a good start.

Continue to practise with your T90 and you will progress faster. Digital pictures are free.
 

Ryanchew

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Hello and welcome. Photography is about passion, vision and creativity. It is blind to type of camera and age. Unless you want to do more technical things like macro, birding, high-speed sports where more expensive equipment is required, any camera is a good start.

Continue to practise with your T90 and you will progress faster. Digital pictures are free.
i will, thanks :D
 

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