New Inspiring Photographer

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    Hello all, I just recently took in photography and I've decided to get a Sony a550 with 15-55 & 75-300 lenses. Now, I looking for places to shoot indoors, and also for landscape. I know I'm very novice at this art, but if any could give me some pointers would be much appreciated. :thumbup:

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    Joseph


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    Maybe you can add your location to your details, so we can relate to your surroundings. It's very difficult to just tell you what to photograph, when we don't know what your possibilities are.
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    @ pmsnel. Right, I do apologize. In Scarborough, Ontario. Toronto area.
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    Joseph, read forums, books and internet material.

    Take your camera, point it and shoot. A great photographer can take a toothpick and wow people. But...he has one thing you do not, Skill.

    So, when pointing and shooting, you will need to learn a skill set as you go along with being able to handle criticism.

    Good Luck, and keep at it.

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