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So you’re interested in learning photography – congratulations! Photography is a wonderful practical hobby as well as an exciting career opportunity. Learning photography takes a little patience, but the rewards are worth it. Let’s begin with benefits of why you should learn photography:
* The chance to capture special events like a special birthday or the family vacation with clear, well composed pictures.
* Never missing another “Kodak moment” while looking for the correct button or dial to push on your camera.
* Taking beautiful photographs that you and your loved ones proudly frame and display.
* Communicating through the use of images. A picture really is worth a thousand words! You can capture an expression that says it all. Or as we’ve seen in magazines like Time and National Geographic, you can shoot photographs that convey messages powerful enough to open a mind or convey just about anything you want to communicate. You don’t have to be a professional photojournalist to get out there and take some great shots.
* The ability to take a portrait photograph in a home or outdoor setting that captures the unique personality and beauty of a loved one – the type of portrait that uplifts the person and makes them want to see the portrait framed on the wall, not hidden at the bottom of a box.
* Excitement! With a good telephoto lens you can take exciting images of wildlife and weather phenomena while still being a safe distance away. Imagine your friends reactions when they see these amazing photos you took framed on your walls.
* Fun! It’s fun taking pictures of people and special things we love. It’s even more fun to take them after learning a few skills!
* Fame and Fortune! Many a hobbyist photographer has gone on to win ribbons, awards and make money by selling their prints online with or without frames. Others sell downloads at microstock photo sites like iStock. Some take pet portraits of their neighbors’ pets, and eventually start a business from there. Others become wedding photographers or get jobs working as commercial or portrait photographers.
You may have some goals in mind that weren’t listed here. As mentioned the rewards of photography are many. To get started taking pictures, all you need is a good (not expensive) camera and a few basic skills and you’ll be well on your way.