How I did it: I've been taking pictures since my grandfather bought me my first camara when I ws 8 years old.
In high school, my art teacher realized I enjoyed photography and taught me how to take and develop my own black and white pictures.
Beginning to think of photography as another form of art opened a whole new perspective of it for me. I began to take pictures of people that were more spontaneous and less posed. I began to look for interesting things to photograph in nature and took pictures of structures like bridges and skyscrapers.
Getting a digital camara in 2005 was great because I began taking a lot more pictures.
Both of my parents took pictures (my Mom still does) and were pretty good at it. Looking at their photos made me realize that amature photos could look pretty nice. I feel like I continue to take better pictures the longer I play around with this hobby. Read how I did it… 4 years ago
How I did it: .i am in photo class at school and i start getting inspiration from everything i see i love it.
you just learn all the rules of composition and film developing.i love developing film even though it is a very hard process its worth it in the end.find somebody that knows alittle something about photography to help you and your good to go.they also have photography classes places. Read how I did it… 4 years ago
So I’m not a really really good photographer. And all I have is a P/S camera. But that’s okay! Because! I managed to learn about aperture and stuff. Now I want to try advanced photography.
Seeing beautiful images of the things you have shot makes you just want to look at the world at a wholly different angle. :) 5 years ago
well… i take polaroids, actually, but i find it exciting. i got an sx-70 sonar onestep on ebay. 6 years ago