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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by jng, Sep 21, 2007.
Does any know any good resources for someone starting out dSLR photography?
Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson
Here's some links I've gathered over time:
The Rules of Photography:
Cambridge in Colour Photography - Nice site with good tutorials:
People in Motion Two Quick Tips for More Interesting Shots:
16 Digital Photography Tips for Christmas:
Basic Photography Techniques:
How to Photograph Fireworks Displays:
The Odd Rule of Composition:
Should get you started
The forums of dpreview are interesting, although there's far too many threads about which DSLR is better than some other DSLR.
If you want actual lessons, take a look at Jodie Coston's free digital photography lessons on http://www.morguefile.com
This is a great book and really gives you a handle on exposure. It's filled with gorgeous photos too.
Scott Kelby's The Digital Photography Book also has some useful tidbits that can really be helpful
wow, thanks for all the great links guys! I'm going to start diving into it asap.
It's soo beautiful right now in southern Germany and I feel pathetic since I cannot really capture it. But with your help, hopefully it'll be better.