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  • The Art of Seeing

    2 posts, 2 voices, 650 views, started Apr 9, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, April 9, 2009 by April Ward-Scales

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    • Amethyst
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      Hi to our members of this group. This is my first article since forming this group. I have been remiss in my duties here. Now and in the future I will be searching down articles that can help us develop our skills as photographers. Whether it’s for fun, or you are working on making a living from this art form. If you have some experience it would be great to hear from you. Place your article, and pictures here. Let us know how you took the picture.
      This article will show us how to search for that perfect picture. How do we see the picture in our lens...In our minds eye. Please comment so that I know if this was a helpful article, and what could make this part of the group better.  

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      Thank you and have fun.
      April


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          Rhiannnonn wrote Oct 19, 2010
        • Seems to me that having a digital camera will be much easier for me to learn to take great pictures. I couldn’t “play” with taking pictures because the cost of film would be prohibitive. Sometimes it’s a matter of setting things up just right. Sometimes it’s a case of luck. I’ve had my “new” camera for a little over a year and I’m just now making a point of learning it. I mean learning to make this camera jump thru hoops. How I intend to do it is with the camera’s handbook, the camera, and a notebook. Kind of like the way that I learned to use a 35mm camera in high school. And I still say that part of it is just luck like this picture I took of my landlord’s dog in last winter’s snow.



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