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  1. William D. Ramirez

    This is a great guide for a beginner or expert compositor. It starts off with the basics of extraction and how to shoot your subject and takes you all the way through creating wonderful composites for an array of different projects. It helped a great deal with my
    learning curve for composting pictures. This learning by doing method gave me the confidence to take on more complex projects and was very fun to do.
    https://plus.google.com/b/116518508242424166405/116518508242424166405/posts/CTxZ6XB76kx

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  2. richie rich

    I have just purchased my first dslr camera , the Nikon D3000. Is it good? I just bought it because it was cheap. Still trying to learn manual.

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  3. Trey Jones

    As a wanna be photographer (in other words just got a camera and don't know much at all) I find your tutorials very informative.  You have a new subscriber.

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  4. Maxx Hennard

    I loved this video, and it gave me confidence in shooting with subjects to one side! But, the best part, are the K-Swiss !

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  5. adobe cs6 Adobe photoshop

    Nice helpful video.
    Your mom is pretty artistic.

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  6. Bertziethegreat

    Woo! T3i!! That's what I have!!! With a Canon 17-55mm f/2.8

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  7. Jason Orton

    OK…so new to all this. how do you deal with a living creature? walking thru the woods a few weeks ago I came across a pretty good sized snake on a raised side of the trail. I quickly grabbed my camera and took some photos. you don't always have the time or the ability to try a lot of photo angles to get the right photo composition. with a person or a pet you might be able to get them to stand still long enough. wildlife on the other hand, you can't just say "Stay" or "Sit" or "hang on while I try a few other shots". you have to take it at a moment's shot. do you just say…this will not make a good photo and skip it or do you take a photo for that moment?

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  8. mclovinn93

    I am fairly new in photography, and I have limited experience shooting but from what I do know in sunny situations you'd want your ISO the lowest (100) so the image doesn't lose any quality, correct? So, my question is: why is your ISO at 400? is there a specific reason that I may not know?

    Thank you in advance.

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  9. Night Stringers

    I just need to put this out there. 204 dislikes who the hell would dislike a fro video

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  10. Steven Sanchez

    I just recently purchased a Nikon d3300 And ive been watching all of your videos for help. I can say that they are very helpful! I just have one main question, what mode should I be in when Im comfortable enough to mess with the settings? Is there a mode where I can adjust Aperture, ISO and shutter speed? Or is each mode for a designated event or type of photo? Should I always be in portrait mode when taking a portrait mode or should I be in another mode where I can do all the adjustments myself? Another question is … should my lens be on manual focus or auto focus?

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  11. Emily Romero

    I think a good thing to mention as far as composition goes is having asymmetry in your photo and also being aware of what objects carry the most visual weight

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  12. Ex Tech Solution

    hey im watching from Bangladesh,,,,,,,it was really awesome

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  13. Alex

    I plan on getting a 7D Mark II & I can't wait to see this guy's tutorial on all the different elements of photography.

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  14. Malte Christensen

    I love the way you didn't want the tree to grow out of Kermit's head while completely ignoring the white garage disturbing background 🙂

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  15. discuss21

    Much too basic, even for beginners. There are far superior videos on utube. Terrible photos – this guy talks far too much & clearly cannot deliver the goods.

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  16. Mijan Kamali

    Gave you a like and a subscribe, just because of the way you said "OOH i thought that was a bug, I don't like bugs." Haha! Classic

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  17. Wesley Alan Engstrom

    great tutorial if you have photography 1st bell in the morning at highschool

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  18. Lakota Skye

    You are an awesome teacher! Great way to explain for beginners

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  19. Charles Dodimead

    You're shot out bro. Lol, a true artist. Good tutorial, I learned a lot. 

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  20. Chris Parsons

    Love what you do.. and what you are trying to do… but you spent 3 minutes saying the same exact thing… Get to it a little quicker. Keep it up!

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  21. James Big Butch Goodwin

    You are talking way to much about nothing. Get to the point and next time go over the Rule if Thirds first.

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