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    Thought I would pass this one for those that want to bookmark it and maybe learn a trick or two. I haven't gone through any yet but can say a lot of what I learned was with help from online tutorials.

    Enjoy!

    http://photo.tutsplus.com/articles/r...professionals/

    The main site is a good follow too: http://photo.tutsplus.com/

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    Going to make this a sticky.

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    are these mostly for good equipment only or just for photographing in general?
    My name is BOWJ..... and I am a waterfowl addict!

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    I haven't read them, so what I'm about to say is broad based.

    Most photographic principles/technique/application's apply to "photography" and can/should be practised regardless of equipment.
    When you understand "photography" you can take almost any kind of image regardless of equipment.

    I'm not one who says...it's the photographer, not the camera and there are people out there who do subscribe to that.
    To me there are a few different elements.

    Theres the car (camera), there's the driver (photographer).
    Sometimes it's the car, sometimes it's the driver and sometimes it's bits of both.

    Look at it this way.
    Would Michael Schumacker still be one of the best drivers and win races regardless of the engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBen View Post
    Most photographic principles/technique/application's apply to "photography" and can/should be practised regardless of equipment.
    When you understand "photography" you can take almost any kind of image regardless of equipment.
    that why I ask cause im at the point where Id like to learn about photography not photography equipment, mostly cause of my lack of equipment.
    My name is BOWJ..... and I am a waterfowl addict!

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    I had to run for a train to join the lemmings in the rat race. I was rushed with my reply.

    If you want to start learning some things about photography, you can do so with any equipment. It doesn't have to be high end stuff, nor do you needs alot of stuff..Thats my point. To be sure there are certain specific things you won't be able to do without specific equipment, but that's neither here nor there really. You can spend a lifetime "learning" things and never get beyond basic equipment or even Point and Shoot cameras. I have a point shoot, which I use a fair bit. The "stuff" I know, or techniques that I use with my dslr and lenses are the same regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowj View Post
    that why I ask cause im at the point where Id like to learn about photography not photography equipment, mostly cause of my lack of equipment.
    Most, if not all, of these tutorials are for photography tips and techniques and not necessarily about equipment.

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    thanks for sharing. I look forward to working my way through these tips. I'm sure that there will be some good 'nuggets' of information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabam View Post
    thanks for sharing. I look forward to working my way through these tips. I'm sure that there will be some good 'nuggets' of information.
    Good luck with that. I have had this site bookmarked since September and still haven't found the time to dive into the tutorials Let us know if you find any of them useful.

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    Here is an outdoor lighting tutorial. I realize its not what most of you are looking for, but you never know what little bits of info you can get from it. I found it great for learning how to do outdoor portraiture. http://www.stansphotos.com/My%20Vide...g_Tutorial.wmv

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