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18-09-11, 10:02 AM
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland
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Firstly if you dont mind me saying, it's not the camera that makes a good photographer(although it helps, especially in my case and if that was so I would buy the most expensive one i could afford and maybe take shots Ansel Adams would envey....lol), some people just have the nack for it and have a natural talent/eye. If you don't mind me saying, I think that you have that and most probably in bucket loads.........
Thank you. I think I was lucky with this shot to be honest. Right place, right time. Although I suppose that is a lot of what good Photography is about.
It seems like the latest edition of DCM is aimed right at me (it must be a sign!) - Guides on landscape photography, sub £100 equipment, and a RAW guide! I'll be devouring the details in there I think, in an effort to bring my technique up.
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