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donoreo
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reply to Xlogic

Re: New guy to photography.

First thing, that is a pretty good image cropped. There is not much noise, so the camera is pretty good.

I understand the big hands thing. I have an SLR and I got a battery grip to make it larger.

There are links to tips and guides down the left side of the forum to give you some guidelines. I can post a few more. Some of these may not be great (the one tends to hire people that cannot write grammatically correct posts, but what they are posting is easy to follow).

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Xlogic
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Thanks for the link. I have been reading a lot and still trying to figure out ISO and F/stop. For now just keeping the camera on auto.


jaykaykay
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Using auto isn't the worst thing, and you did well. As you learn, you will branch out and be able to take more risks, but in the meantime, along with the links given above, just practice. Being comfortable with the unit you hold is a big start. Learning the particulars can take time and patience, but from what I see, you're steady and more than capable of taking, and cropping, some really nice shots. And...WELCOME to my passion.
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