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Do You Have Some Photography Advice?

Last year I purchased a DSLR camera. I purchased the Cannon Rebel T2i. Then before we went to New York this August I bought an additional lens, one to zoom in a little closer.

cannon rebel T2i

While I do love my photos and notice a big difference using the camera I know that I’m not using it to any potential. I usually use auto mode or close up and that is it. I know that I can do so much more. I envy bloggers such as Penelope from Penelope’s Oasis and Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving who’s pictures are just beautiful and make such a difference in a post.

I’ve tried purchasing books but I feel like I’m reading Greek. I’m looking for an online course with homework. I need to learn how to do something and then do it over and over again so it can sink in. I want more then just say this is how and why you do it. I need to do it as well and also work at my own pace.

Do you have any suggestions? Have you taken an online photography class that you would rave on? I really want to learn more about my camera in 2013 and take better photos I’m just not sure where to start!

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Comments

  1. Susan Wilder says:

    Oh wow! This looks like a real nice camera and I’m in the market to get one~ Thanks for the great info!

    ;-)

  2. Betty Baez says:

    Definitely going to go through the comments i want to make the leap to a dslr but im a bit intimidated

  3. I would love to have a digital camera like this as I only have a small one and I love to take pictures and mine seems to take some fuzzy ones when I zoom out to far ….

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