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Learn from each other (photography hints and tips)I recently asked PhotoLust's watchers, friends and contributers If you could share ONE hint, tip or piece of advice for photography what would it be?Learn from each other (photography hints and tips) by PhotoLust
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If you're photographing anything indoors- whether it is a flower, still life shoot, person- whatever, make sure you have extra lighting other than the ceiling light. They are never enough- so get as many lamps as you can to face at your subject as you can. to avoid harsh shadows, put a thin piece of tracing paper over them to diffuse the light.
- from Xerces
Tip #1: Investing in a good lens is sooo much more important than buying the most expensive camera body