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    Kia ora from New Zealand. My name is Trevor and I am a total amateur. Looking to learn and improve as much as and as fast as possible.
    it seems as if I may have found the right place.
    regards
    Trevor

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    Welcome to the board and I too, am a novice (sub-novice actually) photographer and my photo editing skills don't even have a classification. I just joined last week and it is a great site and very helpful (I say this before they kick me off for bugging them to death with dumb questions and bad photos ).

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    Hey Trevor! Glad you found us and welcome. We are a patient bunch so if you do indeed practice, post and learn, your photography skills should improve quickly.

    If you don't know the relationship between aperture, shutter speed and ISO, that is the first thing you should look into. Basic exposure is a KEY concept to fully understand. No photographer's work can flourish without this understanding.

    here's a basic article that can help - Photography - Shutter speed - Aperture or F-stop - ISO | Photography podcast blog and forum - Photography.ca

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    Learn the basics, learn the camera, get out there and shoot. Pay attention to what you're doing and learn and adjust from your mistakes. You'll pick up a lot in a very short time. Keep your shots to look back on and I'm sure you'll see improvements.
    Welcome.

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    Thanks Marco, a useful resource that explains things well!

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