Improving?

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  1. JayJay65

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    A good question I came up with..

    Q) How do you know if your improving?


    I would like to see your opinions.. :)

    -Jess
     
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    Quit being chicken Jess...post some pics up in the C&C! :)
     
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    All I need to do is look at old photos.
     
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    silly reply, probably, but I would simply say that by looking at your photos
     
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    Me? Chicken? hah..

    Im actually currently trying to figure out how to post a gallery.. But no idea, ughh
     
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    Theres a sticky in the beginners forum I think...I really cant talk, I havent posted sh!t yet! haha
     
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    Agreed on looking at all photos - especially those that you thoght were 'amazing' 'fantastic' 'oh so National Geographic worthy' images. When you start laughing at how ridiculous it truly was - then you knwo you have improved. Also, you look forward to a yaer or so from now, in which you will be doing the exact same thing with today's images :)

    At least that is my measurement of improvement.
     
  8. JayJay65

    JayJay65 TPF Noob!

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    I know how to post a picture.. but not a gallery (see the main tabs near the top of every page?)

    Do you have to be a member to be able to post a gallery?
     
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    I'm pretty sure you have to be a subscriber to use the gallery.
     
  10. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    very frustrating for me, as then I can see how little my progress was over the last 15 years ;)
     
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    As long as you MAKE progress, its good.. In class, i learned how a person up to the age of 21 learns 2-3x quicker then past age 21, because your mind grows very quickly (this is, if you dont drink, smoke, drugs, ect..)
     
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    You know you're improving when you look at your best prints of the previous year and exclaim, 'Good Grief!'
     

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