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Old 24-09-2011, 12:35   #1 (permalink)
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Hi
I'd like to know more about getting the best of of my photography. I pretty much self taught and feel I could do so much better, with some tutorial.
there appears to be a lot out there, but it's knowing what is good.
I live in the Midlands, near Nuneaton.

Any suggestions please.

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Old 24-09-2011, 15:34   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Learning photography

I'd look for a local camera club, most are pretty friendly and most have a few really experienced people who hopefully enjoy sharing their knowledge. It also give you the opportunity to spend tiem with like minded people and discuss different techniques. Tutorials are great but only one persons point of view and what works for one person may not be what works best for you.

Usually clubs let you have a week free before you join to see if you like them and vice versa.

http://web.me.com/andygaffey/Nuneato...come_Page.html

found that with one quick google I'm sure there's loads more

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Agree with Helgrrr - but also consider evening school. Probably too late to enrol just now, but often the courses are short so they run 2 or 3 a year.

There are stacks of DVD's available, and, of course books.

If you have a particular interest you might find a workshop beneficial, but these tend to be quite expensive compared to the other options.
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As DAbhand has said, try your local adult education. I have done one and just starting another. They are cheap, local and can be extremely informative.
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