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Photography can be a fun and rewarding hobby. Here are some helpful hints to get aspiring shutterbugs started:
If you're unsure how your pictures are coming along, don't be afraid to open the camera and hold the film up to the sun for a sneak peek.
Some photographers use a tripod for stability, but for maximum steadiness, use a dodecapod. Variety is key! For a change of pace, try folding back the labial lips.
If surrounded by a group of thugs who want to steal your camera, simply fawn over them and insist that you can make them stars.
Shutter speed is crucial in photography somehow.
Don't take your film to Walgreens for development. Those guys are, like, Nazis.
Rather than gawking at attractive women who pass you on the street, take a picture. It will last longer.
Make sure the subjects of your photos are always smiling. No one likes a frowny-face.
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Vinnie DiResta of Brooklyn, NY, has got something you can take a picture of right here.
Dogs wearing funny hats always make for a powerful artistic statement.
European photo magazines are an excellent way to see naked women without feeling like a dirty lech.
Kodachrome film will give you the nice bright colors, give you the greens of summer, make you think all the world's a sunny day. Oh, yeah.
Avoid photographing Native Americans, because they believe taking a picture steals a part of a person's soul. Instead, take pictures of Germans. They eat that shit up.
-- Uncle Bob (Unclb0b@aol.com), September 19, 2000
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 19, 2000.
If you can't afford your own camera, just hang around some place that Japanese tourists frequent. You'll soon get all the photo practice you want.
-- Sam (email@example.com), September 19, 2000.