Three weeks of learning photography - what would you do?

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grsnovi
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Re: Three weeks of learning photography - what would you do?
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You might also methodically go through your camera's manual and use/investigate EVERY feature/function that it offers. It probably isn't as important as the "daily project" idea but I know there are things about my cameras that I'm clueless about because I have approached digital as just being a camera to replace the film camera that I learned on 50 years ago - possibly not the best approach.

Once you understand the shutter/aperture/iso relationship (and lighting) it tends to become more about composition and then shooting a lot.

If there is a particular "style" of photographer that you aspire to, you might spend some time studying one or two photographers that you admire to determine what it is about their photographs that makes them special to you.

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