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    Default Photography noob

    Hey guys, my girlfriend picked me up a great camera for my birthday so I can get into photography as a hobby! (super happy)
    Rebel T6 with the kit lens. Learned to shoot manual after 2 days and I spend a few hours every night reading tips and tutorials and different styles of photography. Im not sure how to get my pictures on here otherwise I would've supplied some to show, but my Instagram is LocallyLowered if anyone wants to check them out and offer some criticism and tips on how to get better. Yes I know its not a full frame but I'm not that good yet so in time after a ton of practice ill make the jump to one. What kind of lenses should I be looking into getting for different styles? Thanks in advance and eager to see what everyone suggests!

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    Start learning the fundamentals of photography in class and while you are doing that, start saving your pennies toward buying your own fully adjustable camera (like a digital SLR). Also during that time, do Ez Assignment help & your own independent research on the various cameras that are available, what features they have and how their sensors perform. Take an art class or two so you can learn about composition, the design elements and how to use lighting in your images.

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    Get a 50mm prime, it's cheap, and it will force you to move your feet and experiment with angles. photography classes are a waste of time, no one can teach you how to create. Read up on what the various settings of your camera do (READ THE MANUAL IT WILL HELP). Shoot in manual mode, and learn how aperture, shutter speed, ISO all work together. Most importantly get out and shoot. Shoot as often as you can. Worry less about gear, and more about creating good content. All the gear in the world can't make a photo look good, it can enhance your work, but it will never make or break it.
    - Kielan (Key-lin)

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    What Kielan said.

    Read up about some of the fundamentals of composition. Learn when and where to find great light. And just shoot!

    Also, a tip that personally helped me a lot - don't just get a 50mm prime. Get an adapter and get a old 50mm primer that can ONLY be used fully manual. Choosing to shoot manual is one thing - actively being forced by your equipment to do stuff manual is quite another.

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    The best and more you take photo, the more you learn – as straightforward as that. Utilize each chance to catch pictures, regardless of whether it is at a young hour in the morning or late around evening time. By taking bunches of pictures, you will begin to see how to utilize your camera in various lighting conditions. While taking photos students don’t have time to do study but management thesis help by experienced writers are necessary for getting good marks.

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    Photography is the most interesting area for me. It is relaxing field providing more refreshment for mind. I choose photography along with the writing job at thesis writing service reviews company to get relief from work load.

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