I am auditioning to write for DPS – Digital Photography School – and my first article has been published today.
Check it out here – love to hear from you!
well written Stacy and a few good points for newbies to consider, and perhaps more experienced photographers to consider passing onto newbies
Yeah I think some stuff just doesn’t occur to people to talk about and if you don’t know about it, you don’t know to ask either 🙂
Nice, good introduction article, I shared it on Twitter. Good luck!
Many thanks for the share!
Congratulations!!! Yes! Camera gear is heavy and I find that often times results in me leaving home without the lens I “really” needed for that day. I think this article is a super introduction into photography.
Hey Brenda, I seem to have missed your comment, yes, lenses can be heavy and then you have the added complication of finding the perfect camera bag to carry them in as well 🙂
Cheers Cee 😜
Well written. I have responded to one naysayer – I hope you don’t mind. Instead of complaining he should just be out enjoying photography. Some people are so pedantic that they need to know everything all at once. As you wrote it is all about time and practice.
Hey thanks – I have seen several comments but havent had a chance to respond as yet – different time zones. Appreciate the support.
Well done. I also found this guide helpful:
Many thanks for reading and taking the time to comment. It *is* appreciated.
Enjoyed your DPS article. I just started on my study of photography about six month ago. Thank you for your insights.
Hi Thomas and thanks for making your way to my blog, appreciate your feedback and I hope you enjoy your camera!
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Great article with great information. Looking forward to reading more.
Thanks Marlene, appreciate the comment. Am yet to hear if I will be writing more at this stage.
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