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i know this is more /g/ related as they literally cream their pants with this. sharin', guys. post some watches if you have em.
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Hey /p/ I never post on here. I know very little about photography, but on Sunday I took this girl on a date to an art museum, and saw the works of Alec Soth on display.
His works wowed me.
I know that I can basically become an amazing photographer even if I used a very crappy camera, so I'm sticking to my mom's 7 year old Kodak digital camera for now, and if I one day become good, I will look into DSLRs and such.
Anyway, I loved Alec Soth's work because it mainly captured people in their natural state. Don't get me wrong, I love seeing pictures of nature and such, but I can't think of something more beautiful than people.
So I come on /p/ asking for a few tips on how I could start taking photographs of people, and most importantly, I would like book recommendations on photography.
Pic related: Misty, probably my favorite piece that I saw by him there