5 Reasons you should learn photography manually!I once met someone who was determined not to use a D-SLR until he had mastered a Manual Camera first. I thought he was a bit stuck up, maybe a little arrogant of his own abilities too...but actually, he was right. You will not truly value Photography until you go right back to basics and learn how the legendary pros did it first. So here are five top reasons why you should teach yourself photography on a manual camera!
1) It's Cheap
Many people think that Film Photography is expensive. If you're going all out and developing your own photographs rather than taking the to a developer then it might well be expensive! However manual cameras are a dying breed and you can pick up most of the bits and pieces you need to get started, quite cheaply.
2) Manual Focus
It's the simplest reason, but it's so true. Manual Focus will save your life. Learning how to focus your camera the hard way will make
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ArtWelcome to May i have no idea where the year is going but i do know its moving fast ... as is always the case i'm constantly amazed at all of your stunningl & addictive art. Each month i'm inspired by each one of you more than i thought possible thank you all for the work you continue to show me, now please share with these artists and enjoy their art as i have
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"Grace is in garments, in movements, in manners; beauty in the nude, and in forms. This is true of bodies; but when we speak of feelings, beauty is in their spirituality, and grace in their moderation - Joseph Joubert "
"We aren't just eyes; we have memories, feelings. Emotional content is what makes life whole, and a lot of abstraction has no connection with people - Mark Adams"
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