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Going Solo
#1
Well the time has come , the man that i am working ( shooting ) with has to go sell what we shot Sat and Sun. Now i am on my own , he got ride of the other photographer ( and i thought that he was really good ) but they had personalitty ( sp ) problems Wink .

So now its up to me Sunday , all by my lonesome . ANy advise from yall would help please !!!


Thanks........... Shawn
Canon 20d and a few cheap lenses ..

It is our job as photographers to show people what they saw but didnt realize they saw it ......
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#2
Rmember what you have learned, take your time and don't rush.... avoid rookie mistakes!
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#3
Who you callin Rookie ??? Wink ..... thanks , i will keep " slow " in mind .. But if i am a rookie how do i avoid the mistakes ? What mistakes do i watch out for ?
Canon 20d and a few cheap lenses ..

It is our job as photographers to show people what they saw but didnt realize they saw it ......
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#4
You have to remember that you just starting out may make mistakes. It'll happen but learn from it. I suggest you record the things you do on paper to reflect back onto later. Photography is a learned art but it also requires a trained eye. Things take time.
Sit, stay, ok, hold it! Awww, no drooling! :O
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#5
Time is on my side , i am in no hurry ( i was at first but i have learned that it wont happen over night ) ......
Canon 20d and a few cheap lenses ..

It is our job as photographers to show people what they saw but didnt realize they saw it ......
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#6
All the best!
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