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    Anything that you mentioned would be good cause my knowledge is limited to shutter and iso. Good info is always welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clone3d View Post
    Anything special you guys want me to write?
    ya could you write me a new manual I can't find mine

    when I figure out what I did with my manual I'm sure I will have a ton of suggestions
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    Nice. Good post dude. I haven't had time to read it all thoroughly yet but looks like it could be really useful to new photographers. If I may make a suggestion, put the ISO speed under its own heading, and add sections for white balance and exposure compensation. A lot of the better compacts feature these functions so it might be useful for people who want to explore them.

    Maybe later on you could add bits for the different flash sync types and the effects each would have. Although not many cameras have all or any of them so it may actually be of limited use. But it would still increase the awesome of the thread!

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    I'm gonna write about light next, so exposure comp and white balance will be in there
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    well I have a Canon PowerShot A590 and as you know and suggested I just went and got the manual online so I am excited that my camera is worthy enough for your 101 course
    after I feel more comfortable with what you have posted so far I will see if I can give any suggestions on what to add to this thread for further learning
    looking forward to your future post additions
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    Glad to see people finding this useful. The next installment is in the works. Just need to get some pictures taken, and check if it's as understandable as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clone3d View Post
    Glad to see people finding this useful. The next installment is in the works. Just need to get some pictures taken, and check if it's as understandable as possible.
    Clone, this is awesome! I really hope you add more. In fact I think it'd be cool to see you contribute a photography VTM to 3DBuzz!

    Looking forward to your installment on light.

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    The thought has crossed my mind. There are a few technical difficulties to overcome first, if I'm to do it on my pc, and if I'm to do a "normal" training VTM, suddenly there's a whole bunch of stuff I need to figure out. But the thought is there, so if I can find the time and solve the difficulties, I might do it, and I stress might.

    I plan to have the next installment up either later today or sometime tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clone3d View Post
    The thought has crossed my mind. There are a few technical difficulties to overcome first, if I'm to do it on my pc, and if I'm to do a "normal" training VTM...
    IMHO, I think this topic would be better covered in live action. I'm not too sure if you could really cover it as effectively on a pc. Unless you've got a 3D app that can accurately demonstrate real world photography principals.

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    Added second part to second post.
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