Advanced, Secret Professional Photography Methods And Techniques

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by thelma hunt, Feb 13, 2007.

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    thelma hunt Guest

    I loved landscape photography very much but my landscapes were always
    boring flat lines, glorious and beautiful flowers in my garden lacked
    the spectacular detail they had in real life, night time shots were
    always blurry, never getting the sharpness or quality I wanted, action
    shots were just as bad and out of focus all the time. The people shots
    I took didn't come anywhere near reflecting the loveliness gentleness
    of the person, my people photos didn't do people justice at all. They
    looked fake and unnatural. And my indoor shots were always annoyingly
    dark, even with the flash on and my photos never had the clarity,
    sharpness or awesome feeling I wanted....it was one disappointing shot
    after another.
    I felt really frustrated disappointed because I was SO passionate
    about photography, and especially since I bought my new digital
    camera, I wanted to learn all that was possible to learn.
    Then one day, it happened. I actually got a photo I was trying to get
    for years....there it was; a perfect shot.
    I remember that day so clearly. It was about six years ago. I was
    driving the car to a beautiful little mountain town, with tall trees,
    lush green rolling hills, birds of all varieties, and running streams
    and water falls. Driving into this town there was the most magnificent
    landscape.....
    And then I discovered how to keep improving. The best thing was that
    through determination I became really skilled in photography in such a
    short amount of time. And from there things just got better and
    better, and my photos went from be absolute rubbish to beautiful works
    of art.
    http://photographyok.blogspot.com/#
     
    thelma hunt, Feb 13, 2007
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    jeremy Guest

    WHAT A CROCK!
     
    jeremy, Feb 13, 2007
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