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You love taking pictures… whether it’s with your mobile or your point-and-shoot. You take pictures of almost everyone and everything, your friends, family, strangers, food, flowers, toys, architecture, landscapes, etc. Some of your pictures, you really love.. and others are merely acceptable, whilst others you delete immediately.
You realise that while you love taking pictures, some of your pictures are not turning out they way you expected them to. You feel that some of your pictures lack sharpness, or they’re just too dark. Maybe the colours don’t pop. Maybe you feel that your mobile phone or point-and-shoot is just too slow to respond.
You explore your options, maybe upgrading to an advanced point-and-shoot or a DSLR. The shop you visit gives you a range of options, from sub compact cameras to full blow DSLRs. And that’s when you realise that photography is quite a complicated subject.
I’ve had quite a few friends come up to me asking questions like:
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