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Photography Beginners’ Frequently Asked Questions

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 3 - 2018

Amateur Photographer FAQ

Amateur Photographer FAQ



As a photographer, especially as a beginner, you’ve most likely encountered the following questions. Or maybe even you yourself still ask these questions, and they still go unanswered.

1. What’s the best camera brand?
2. Which camera best suits for amateur?
3. How long does it take to master photography when you’re starting from zero?

Answers:

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