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Question: So I am really drawn to photography, whenever I see a picture that’s really beautiful or creative. I feel so rejuvenated inside and alive. Could that be hinting that I should venture into photography or that’s it is my passion?

It means you enjoy seeing photographs. If you enjoy seeing photographs, you may enjoy creating photographs. If ya got a camera on your phone use that to start with. It doesn’t take much to be a photographer. Enjoy. Here’s some

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Question: Does a show of photographs taken by a blind artist have the same artistic value or merit as a sighted photographer? If so, then can we say a photograph is not the mere vision of the photographer but the pressing of a button and “luck”?

Artistic value? Merit? Let’s toss the judgements and assumptions aside. To answer your first question simply, yes. To answer your second question simply, no. As a photographer, I primarily use my eyes in the creation of the photograph, but all

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Being A Photographer – When do we know we’re photographers?

When do we know we’re photographers? Is it when we have a lot of photography gear? Is it when we have accumulated a certain amount of pictures? Is it when we have a certain type of camera? In terms of

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Question: How one can become wild life photographer?

Be a photographer first. Buy the appropriate equipment based on the type of wildlife that you wanna photograph. Go and photograph the wildlife. Study And Practice Photography With Sam

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Question: Do professional photographers shoot only in RAW format for professional work? Are there any ways to remove blur or fix exposure in jpeg images?

Answer: It depends on the photographer whether to create pictures in RAW or some other file type. The best way to remove blur and “fix” exposure, regardless of file type, is in camera during the creation of the picture. Study

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Being a Photographer – Seeing And Thinking

Being a Photographer – Seeing And Thinking We all see. We all think about what we see. As photographers, sometimes we think about what we are are seeing  in terms of how we could could make a picture outta what

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Fine Art?

I’ve got an issue with the terms “fine art photography” and “fine art photographer”. I view those terms as an attempt to elevate the the work, or the worker, with words. Words are cheap. “Art” is subjective.’ In my efforts

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Question: Which one is a better buy between the Fuji XT20 and the Canon T7i/800D?

As the photographer that’s gonna be usin’ the camera, you’ve gotta figure that out for yourself. Which one is the better buy for YOU? Why ask others who know nothing about how much cash ya got or what kinda work

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Question: Why should we pursue product photography as a career?

I can’t answer that question for you. This I can say though, If you’re gonna choose to be a photographer as a career, make sure the type of photography you do is something you do well and enjoy doing. Usually

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Question: Should I buy a Canon EOS-6D with a 24-70mm f-2.8 or a 5d mark III with a 50mm?

It’s gonna be your photography equipment, it should be your decision. You’re gonna be the photographer using the camera and lenses. You’ve gotta figure it out. Here’s some help. → https://samdamico.com/frequently-asked-questions/#can-you-recommend-a-camera

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