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    recommended courses for beginer

    You're definitely a boring old fart Phil but you're far from being the only one... I've had fun...
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    recommended courses for beginer

    Okay. Is the winkie a proposition? Cos I'm very straight but good luck to you
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    recommended courses for beginer

    Don't put that on me, I didn't post that
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    recommended courses for beginer

    That's what all the men in the showers said...
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    recommended courses for beginer

    And you'll end up being really average but having a nice hobby like the rest of these guys?
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    Beginner Advice please.

    Mmmm... Useful...
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    recommended courses for beginer

    Well?! Where are the armchair bullies now?
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    recommended courses for beginer

    Blah, more boring old men commenting from their desk chairs... The guy said he was possibly looking to a NEW CAREER! If you want to be a professional sports photographer then what I recommended is a basic starting point? Realspeed seemed to concur (retrospectively) with my points? Until he got...
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    recommended courses for beginer

    Some fairly blah advice given so far? If you want to take action/sport images for reproduction you'll need a camera that has good resolution (24 megapixels or higher), Lenses from wide (18mm) to big telephoto (7-800mm or more), ability to shoot at several pics per second & some photo processing...
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    Is it best to do most editing in Adobe Raw or Photoshop elements?

    Oh good, more silly bickering that ignores the OPs question! Always load your pic into any retouching software & then save it with a new file name straight away. Make your shots look as best as you can with Adobe Raw then move into Photoshop. & yes this does work with Lightroom before anyone...
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    After a smallish camera to take lots of photographs of the children

    & there you go with people disappearing up their own arses... The OP was asking a fairly reasonable & basic question?
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    Street photography cliches

    I'd really like to know what Eric Kim thinks!
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    After a smallish camera to take lots of photographs of the children

    I like my Panasonic Lumix Tz-70 as a pocket camera. It's really smart on-board computer wise, the zoom is mahoosive & it's not bad in low light
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    Is it best to do most editing in Adobe Raw or Photoshop elements?

    Don't you only need to use noise reduction if you've got noise? & mild sharpening works for most pics bfore they're photoshopped?
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    Camera advice after returning to photography after 5 years

    So, cue corny beard stroking, you haven't used a digital camera for yonks? Get a little Nikon pocket camera second hand & learn how to set it up & use it & post shots. If you're still keen on taking pics after that then the Fujifilm stuff is what I'd buy
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