posted on 14th of january, 2009

Remember how i was! A photographer at the beginning of the road without too much knowledge about what it means to sell pictures.6 months ago when i opened my account and i have accepted the first pictures did not know anything, maybe 10% of what i know now and i am sure that over the other 6 months i will know a lot more than i know now.We all were beginners and we learned a little bit from each of us.Ideas, concepts, themes, inspiration...from here starts everything.You have an idea, a model or an object , create the concept, theme and inspiration comes and result the photo.You got a camera and a crazy mood of the picture? Then you can choose the theme or subject for photography.



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Posted by Marilyngould on January 15, 2009
Hello Gabriel, Your portfolio was some very fine images, I could not have guessed that you are a beginner! I wish for you every success! Thank you for using my lioness image in your blog, a very nice surprise! Cheers, Marilyn
Posted by Dcwcreations on January 15, 2009
I agree with you, and believe the key is to never stop learning. When someone thinks they know everything , they stop learning how to learn.
Posted by Justmeyo on January 15, 2009
We all learn something from here

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My camera lens

posted on 29th of january, 2009

I started again to upload photos and i am happy.Two months i took a "break".
I say break between quotes because i did not wanted this break but i made a mistake and my camera was broken.I will tell you stupidity that I did to not do the same .My camera lens had a small,small dust...so i thinking i can remove dust with a special palette for lenses bought from a professional shop.
But i think not was so special...because i did scratch the lens in a bad way..
one week after i tried hard to remove the scratch with different solutions.
I gave a lot of solution on lens and cleaned all the protective uv...the result was i did broken all lens. So all things started with a little ,little dust and finished with all lens broken.
Anyway i did order other lens and i took the camera to a professional service...

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Posted by Retina2020 on January 29, 2009
Hey Thanks for sharing. Sorry to hear about your lens. You should try to use an air blower like a rocket blower before you bring in for professional cleaning. It normally does the trick for me.
Posted by Justmeyo on January 29, 2009
Thank you Marilyn :) I feel like i am active again on site,wish you luck too
Posted by Marilyngould on January 29, 2009
Welcome back and congratulations on your assignment images -- too bad about your lens, a very tough lesson! Looks like you are back on track, cheers!

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