I have been 'into' photograhpy since was 8 years old. Learned all the trick and trades on a Praktika made in 1965, a gift from my dad.
Well let me tell you this little friend had absolutly nothing of the cool features of the cameras of today. AF, SP>500/s, TTL-metering, Zoom lens...HA HA HA. No no...50 mm lens. On top weird light metering(defect) dirty-on-sharp focus glas.
The thing I want to tell here is that I'm one of those rare people who learned it the old fashioned way. Which makes me fight with my current camera a lot(Canon EOS 10).
Yes even high-tech camera's are often off, when conditions aren't standard.
To be very short: Photo-Technically there is not much for me to learn.
I can shoot any film, any time at any condition.
But why are you here mister arrogance?!! Well as we all know here is that composition is the real art of photography. And if I would follow Popper...if faillure is the only way to learn...then...I am learning a lot.
Landscape and nightphotography on slidefilm are my speciality. And the moment I making the big shift to potrait. And..may I say: that's a whole different ball game
So please...give me some good critics. Mainly on pose/model/composition. Bad lighting will ususally be a budget problem not a knowledge problem.
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