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  1. PhotographyGirlX3

    PhotographyGirlX3 TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys my names Katie, I am new to this site and I absolutely love photography. I want to be a professional photographer one day that is my dream. For now I use a sony cyber shot but WOULD love a professional camera, its hard to get though since were really tight on money and I just had a baby. So all my money i get goes for my baby girl and food, no time to be spending it on a new camera. Heres some of my work I hope you Enjoy :]

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    Welcome to the site.
     
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    Some of my early experiments in photography were with a Sony Cybershot. I think you have a pretty decent understanding of how to use a camera, and your pictures aren't half-bad.

    If you switch your camera into manual mode, the "M" on the mode dial (My cybershot had this mode, but I am unsure if all do), you can manually adjust the exposure time to up to 30 seconds. If you take a picture of buildings or landscapes about 30-45 minutes after sunset, or near a metropolitan area, you can take really surreal images that look bright enough to appear like daylight.

    Point-and-shoot cameras can produce images with some qualities difficult to achieve with SLR's.

    If you want experience with a professional camera, you should be able to find a 35mm film SLR at any thrift store or pawn shop for less than $100. Digital is extremely convenient, but film is sometimes worth the effort when it comes down to the end result.
     
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    Thank you for the advice, you really think my shots arnt that bad? I will take your advice about the thrift stores thanks alot.
     

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