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PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 9:27 am 
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This post is inspired by Milton Photography Hangout
I never participate those, but I’m spending a lot of time with family around Milton.

It always surprising me, how often I see just a few people in local conservation areas, especially in winter.
So, I would like to share some pictures here and I want to ask everyone who likes to share their pictures to post them more often at this forum.

I hope more people will realize how nice it is to spend weekend or just an evening after work in local parks and other places around Milton.

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This is picture from yesterday. Uncle Scotty strawberry fields at Appleby road. They are open. It is five minutes from HVE.


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That's a great picture!


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Wow!

Thank you for sharing. :D


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Naturally talented! I think it's time for another hangout.

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We're definitely over due for a photo hangout..
Here's a few from past fall.. I hate to admit that I haven't been out much since then.
These are all from a drive I took around, and past Milton to the West


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Stunning! Makes me want to go out and take some pictures on my SLR!


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Thanks for all of you for nice comments and beautiful pictures.

It is refreshing to walk at Halton Falls forest right after rain.

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Or if sun is too hot, as it is going to be this weekend.


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Great pictures, guys!
Thanks for posting :)

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Hey, still not so many people walking in local conservation parks. Common, stop chasing those free Molson dreams already. :wink:
This shot was taken tonight. Localy.

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kf095 wrote:
Hey, still not so many people walking in local conservation parks. Common, stop chasing those free Molson dreams already. :wink:
This shot was taken tonight. Localy.

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Gorgeous! May I ask where? Looks like you were close enough to use a flash?


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Good to see another photog here. PM sent.


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Any recommendations on cameras for a newbie?


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Hi, I went though the same decision as a beginner last December and wasn’t listening enough of our local experienced people like Zeeshan Hamid. I whish I could listen to him more carefully.

What is going to be your main objects for photography?
Where?
And budget.


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A good starter one is the Canon Rebel XSi or whatever the letter is at now. I have that one and it takes beautiful pics for around $700. You need a flash for around $400 as well.


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kf095 wrote:
Hi, I went though the same decision as a beginner last December and wasn’t listening enough of our local experienced people like Zeeshan Hamid. I whish I could listen to him more carefully.

What is going to be your main objects for photography?
Where?
And budget.


I don't really have a main object, I enjoy taking portrait pictures, as well as landscapes. I think I'm thinking somewhere between $300-700 and I know that's on the cheap end of cameras right now, but I can't really justify spending over a grand on a hobby - at this point anyways, who knows about the future though! But for now I just want something that takes great photos, with good user friendly settings. I have no problem learning about my camera but I don't want to have to take a photography class in order to know how to use it! (although I do plan on taking a course in the future)

Thanks for the help!


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