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Hello everyone.

Discussion in 'Introductions...' started by James27, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. James27

    James27 Member

    Hi, my name is James I started photography in October last year. I am paralysed from the shoulders down due to a rugby injury, nearly 20 years ago.

    I can operate a laptop myself and using Wifi I can operate the camera wirelessly. I am a slow learner due to my injury but will get there in the end.

    Thanks

    James
     
  2. Craig20264

    Craig20264 Well-Known Member

    Hi James. Welcome aboard. I look forward to seeing some of your images, and as for slow learning, the pace is academic. It's the enjoyment you get out of the learning that's more important. There's always someone mulling around these rooms to help you out should you need any advice. There is the Exhibition Lounge for your images, or if you're feeling brave, and want some technical or otherwise, feedback, there's the Appraisals section. Most of all, jump in and enjoy.
     
  3. jamie brittain

    jamie brittain New Member

    hi James, ditto. just joined the forum myself, always been a fan of the bridge camera and had some nice shots on it, just learning to use my first dslr, started using mine in november and trying to not use auto, have found a couple of really useful video courses on udemy website. This one was free and explains the basics really well i thought. https://www.udemy.com/free-photography-course-for-beginners/. hoping for a warm summer so i can get lots of camera time in. :)
     
  4. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    Welcome James. I hope we can help - your first question was testing!
     

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