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    Great Beginners Article

    Hey guys I'm still learning my camera (D5500, first DSLR, sooo much info). I've enjoyed sifting through the forums, but sometimes I was left not knowing what I should focus on. This article has been great, with many links, and even suggested order of things to focus on. Hope it helps another beginner like me
    https://photographylife.com/photogra...for-beginners/


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    Re: Great Beginners Article

    Thanks for the link. I have bookmarked it and I am no beginner. This appears to be a great resource for all photographers.
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    Re: Great Beginners Article

    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbrent View Post
    Thanks for the link. I have bookmarked it and I am no beginner. This appears to be a great resource for all photographers.
    Wow! That's great to know Brent. I did wonder about the credibility. Thanks for confirming it!

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    Re: Great Beginners Article

    I Tried the first thing that interested me , re: reading the EXIF shutter actuations , which sent me to opanda which I downloaded and executed, and yet it didn't tell me the number of actuations for either my dslr or a an unmodified coolpix image , the other link sent me to a download which first got me a japanese site which had something to with some business or other.. and then allowed me to download something which did nothing whatsoever.
    So I found it to be disappointing , when actually taking the sites info to a potentially useful extent.
    Yes I could search all over the place to find out what I need to know, but then , I don't really need a site , to tell me to go to another site to get an answer,, because I asked a human hoping that human would be more effective , helpful and direct than wandering into random dead ends.
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    Re: Great Beginners Article

    Also a very a good site. https://digital-photography-school.com/

    There is a wealth of information here as well.
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    Re: Great Beginners Article

    Quote Originally Posted by chiefams View Post
    Hey guys I'm still learning my camera (D5500, first DSLR, sooo much info). I've enjoyed sifting through the forums, but sometimes I was left not knowing what I should focus on. This article has been great, with many links, and even suggested order of things to focus on. Hope it helps another beginner like me
    https://photographylife.com/photogra...for-beginners/
    Great link - thanks for sharing. So much to learn..........


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