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  1. Advice for a newbie to any forum

    Hey all!
    Joining a forum can be a great experience, but sometimes it isn't! Now a helpful bit of advice I would offer is to introduce yourself in the intro forum(without asking questions right away)! Take a little time to fill out your profile, to help it be known that your not just a one time poster looking for someone to answer your questions.
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  2. No offense, but.........

    This post is more about forums than photography, but I think it's relevant to our forum.
    Often you read the words "no offense, but" and someone trys to explain why their point of view is right and you are mistaken. And often it is spoken politely with a friendly attitude, with both parties striving to be helpful.

    But
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  3. Advice can sometimes become clearer to you later! lol :)

    I was given some great advice by one of my friends I admire, and though I was sure it was great advice I couldn't make sense of it. I thought about it off and on for days, and still couldn't understand it really.
    I was told that moving the camera closer or further away instead of trying to just focus the insect in would help get a better macro
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  4. Good advice can be a big help!

    After posting my first shots, happy to show off my photos. People here gave me a lot of encouragement, understanding how proud you can be of your work! Because at one time or another they stood in the same position as I was in, just starting out and learning how to take a photo that isn't just point and shoot. In some cases their experiencing their
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    Updated 08-10-2013 at 02:23 AM by Bill16 (spelling and such lol :))

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  5. The start of my newest hobbie

    How do you know photography is for you? Did you know it before you got a camera? Or was it after you got your first look at photos you shot? I like gadgets and things like that, I loved to idea of seeing what your shot would look like without waiting for it to be developed! Before I got my D3100 I had the silly idea that even if I never did develope
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