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March 17, 2013 - 5 went

CLOSED EVENT...3 on 1 (melissa arredondo,Lorenza C., SEAN & DERICK)

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Added by Lorenza C.
on Mar 17, 2013.
 

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  • larry a.

    Hola Lorenza! I can tell your love for photography...HOW? Because you came home and took the time to unload your camera and view them and DECIDE which of the many you have to show me and the group. For not being in the industry what you are doing now...which actually applies to the REAL WORLD is amazing...GOOD JOB! There are 2 type of photographers...those that snap pics and go straight to 1-hour photo and into the photo album. Than there are those like your self that MAKE a picture ZOOMing in n OUT (cropping in camera) using one or multiple techniques like I showed you. Or waiting till you get home to do all the fixing in computer. You said someday you would like to make some extra cash using your new interest...YEAH what a great START. TURN AROUND time is of key importance in any business. Fine Tuning comes with practice, being more efficient comes with practice. The little LAZY streak we have in us, that little procrastination, cutting corners...are the things that PREVENT many potentially good photographers to becoming so-so. Awesome job Lorenza!

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  • Lorenza C.

    Thank you, Larry for your coments about my response to your photo- assigment request. Yes, I was not really happy after I uploaded my photos into my laptop because many of them were either under or over-exposed, or out of focus. I need to know more my new camera and do a better control buttons management. But, I decided to share with the group some of my favorite ones -even with the fear of being criticized of "mediocre" because they are properly focused, and playing with the "minus/plus" button I messed up my camera (lol!), , I really have little time to read the manuals and, going alone to streets to photograph with this kind of camera is not encouriging. Thanks for posting this meetup!

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