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Let flickr teach you photography

Contributor: Matt Lauder

Length: 9.29

Added: 08/06/2010

Category: Free Tutorials

When starting out in photography finding a good starting point to capture an image on can be difficult, especially when your looking at all the great images that are flooded onto community websites and yours just dont look anything like them.

But these community forums like flickr are an excellent source of information not just in there articles and forums but with how some photographs allow their cameras EXIF / meta data capture and processing information to be displayed on the site as well.

This info will give you a great starting point into understanding what your cameras settings should if your looking to get images with a similar look and depth of field. Even if your an experienced photographer looking at learning a different field this information is very helpful.

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