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    Thanks bro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GodGunsGlory View Post
    I am sooo far from old skool it's not even funny. I am a straight up rookie.
    I see so many younger students that have RAW talent and click like mad. They love it. Intall some basic principles and watch out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GodGunsGlory View Post
    Thanks bro!

    Lead by example. Drive the standards up with great images.

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    I think I get my eye for framing an image from my experience in art. I painted a lot in high school and even got a four year art scholarship. I ended up turning it down and joined the Army instead. Guess I wanted to see the world a bit before college.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GodGunsGlory View Post
    I think I get my eye for framing an image from my experience in art. I painted a lot in high school and even got a four year art scholarship. I ended up turning it down and joined the Army instead. Guess I wanted to see the world a bit before college.

    I was signing up for the airforce and got an artschool scholorship out of the blue (had to take art in highschool). A mean old nun turned me on to something I had no idea about. Go figure.

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    This guy is on XDtalk...ever see his pics? Dodge and burn. Hes pretty good.



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    The scholarship I had was to Western Montana College in Dillon, MT. I really just wanted to get out of Montana for awhile. I really wonder about all the cool stuff I could've learn, but I would never trade my Army experience for it. The Army kicked my butt and taught me some serious life lessons. Unfortunately I really haven't gotten back into painting again. I tried a painting about 3 years ago and just didn't feel good about it. I should really give er another try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    This guy is on XDtalk...ever see his pics? Dodge and burn. Hes pretty good.



    Those are nice! I loved my sub-compact XD 40. I just sold it recently. I am going to buy another one in the 4 inch model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GodGunsGlory View Post
    The scholarship I had was to Western Montana College in Dillon, MT. I really just wanted to get out of Montana for awhile. I really wonder about all the cool stuff I could've learn, but I would never trade my Army experience for it. The Army kicked my butt and taught me some serious life lessons. Unfortunately I really haven't gotten back into painting again. I tried a painting about 3 years ago and just didn't feel good about it. I should really give er another try.
    Don't think backwards...you are who you are because of your life experiences. Painting was a sign that you're creative. Your images in here and your site is proof your still doing the "creative thing".

    Mediums change....so do people. No change is scarey.

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    JJ, I also paint.

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    I got into digital photography about a year and half ago. I had an older Minolta film body, so I went with a Konica-Minolta 7D. Nice camera, but about 2 months after I got it K-M got out of the photography business, so I can't get accessories for the camera anymore. I know Sony makes D-SLR's now with the Minolta Lens mount, but I wanted some stuff specific to the camera, like the vertical grip, remote shutter release, etc. Oh well, when I'm ready for a new body I think I'll go with a Canon or Nikon even if that means buying new lenses, at least I'd be able to get the stuff I need for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    This guy is on XDtalk...ever see his pics? Dodge and burn. Hes pretty good.



    Those are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Npete7381 View Post
    I got into digital photography about a year and half ago. I had an older Minolta film body, so I went with a Konica-Minolta 7D. Nice camera, but about 2 months after I got it K-M got out of the photography business, so I can't get accessories for the camera anymore. I know Sony makes D-SLR's now with the Minolta Lens mount, but I wanted some stuff specific to the camera, like the vertical grip, remote shutter release, etc. Oh well, when I'm ready for a new body I think I'll go with a Canon or Nikon even if that means buying new lenses, at least I'd be able to get the stuff I need for it.
    I'm sure you can find stuff for your 7D on eBay, Cameta Camera (outstanding shop), or KEH. I purchased my Dynax 7 (Maxxum 7 for the Euro market) on eBay as well as nearly all of my equipment.

    If you do get rid of your 7D or other KM/Minolta stuff, let me know!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl View Post
    I'm sure you can find stuff for your 7D on eBay, Cameta Camera (outstanding shop), or KEH. I purchased my Dynax 7 (Maxxum 7 for the Euro market) on eBay as well as nearly all of my equipment.

    If you do get rid of your 7D or other KM/Minolta stuff, let me know!!
    Yeah, I found a vertical grip on eBay once, but they were asking quite a bit more than I wanted to pay.

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    I absolutly love my D80. I like it better than the Cannon 400d because the nikon will take almost 2000 shots on a single battery charge. The cannon only gets 600.

    Great camera and quality for the price.

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