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September 16, 2009


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Yes! You have to check out Ree Drummond's tips on photography at her website: Click on the "photography" tab at the top of the page and be amazed!

Have fun.


your pictures are already really pretty. which camera do you use?


Ohh How fun! I love photography and would love to hear about how your adventures to do freelance goes!


Photography is so much fun! I remember doing photo classes in highschool and having that same experience! My advice would be to just invest in a nice digital 35mm camera - I got a Canon Rebel (since its more practical then trying to find a dark room and you can see your pictures immediately) and just start playing around with it during your free time! Good luck! Way to go for your dream!


That's so funny - I've also been thinking about freelance photography lately (although I really don't have the gear to get serious about it just yet).

I think you should go for it! I especially like the shooting for restaurants idea! Brilliant!

I think, before you spend any serious cash on a in-person class, that you should look up every resource available online. There are SO many. That should help you get a feel for the industry - but it also depends on your learning style. If you think you would get more out of personal instruction then maybe you could try finding a local photographer who would let you "shadow" them

Good luck and let us know how it goes!

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