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Dec 23, 2013

10 Questions About Getting Started in Photography

You have a camera, now what?

After the honeymoon period from when you first fell in love with photography, it may seem like you have a mountain to climb before you become the mythical “Professional Photographer”. We opened our message boards to listen to the questions our Phamily had about getting started in photography, and here are the insights we have.

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    Spencer Payne

    Thanks so much for answering my question. Phlearn is by far, my favourite company out there! Keep up the great work!

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    Vishal

    Hey Aaron… and Phlearn Team…

    *** Merry Christmas*** to you all Wonderful people out there.

    Your Jacket looks awesome…

    I am working on my Photography book and you really inspire me… Thank You !!

    Here is my page: https://www.facebook.com/momentsareforever

    If ever you plan to visit India… I’ll be there to be with you…

    Thank you for everything that you are doing.

    Cheers 🙂 🙂

    Vishal

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    Amber

    I know this is an old video, but I need to comment anyways. Ok, your answer to #8 (AlexCoronaPhoto), was amazing. Even gave me a little catch in my throat. I have anxiety speaking with clients at times and I come off as unsure of myself, my knowledge, and not very confident at all. I know it’s completely different than a speech impediment, but thanks for those words anyways.

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    ildie

    hey thanks for the tutorials, it made me interested in photography.i just want to know how to start this thing, what type of camera should the beginners like me to use?