'5 Steps Towards Becoming A Master Photographer'

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  1. RT_Panther

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    6. Stop reading article about how to become a master photographer...
     
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    Did you read it?
     
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    Steps 3 and 4 are the best ones, for my purposes. Thanks for the link.
     
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    I definitely agree with you about #4....:cool:
     
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    Ahhh, from your pics on the Airplane photo thread, I can see you are practicing #4!
     
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    Hmm, answering this sets up a paradox...
     
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    Scott Bourne has been doing a coming about lately. A few days ago he was posting about attending the G+ Photo Conference in S.F. next month though he was previously ranting about not sharing photos on FB and G+ due to potential rights infringements. Now this no gear stuff, sometimes I wonder if he is all about clicks but who knows.
     
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    Well...since I'm in the USAF, I readily admit to being biased here...:biggrin:
     
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    But seriously, there is no right way to be a skilled photographer. You can find exception to every point he makes. It really is up to the individual to work out the path they need to follow. It might good to quote Robert Frost here: