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Old 04-27-2009, 09:34 AM
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Hi I'm new! My name is Kristy. I came across this website this morning while looking for tutorials on how to fixed an overexposed picture. I couldn't believe how much information was on here! I'm getting the basics of photography down, but I'm noticing that I should probably know just as much about editing as I do about photography, so I'm a beginner at that as well.

I have gimp because I figured it might be good to learn on something like that rather than spending so much money on a program I have NO CLUE how to use.

How's that for a first post just to say hi? OK I'm off to try to figure out how to make my overexposed picture look better.
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:45 AM
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Re: New and wanting to learn

Welcome to our corner of the universe!

I hope you enjoy your stay and don't be shy asking questions.

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Hi I'm new! My name is Kristy. I came across this website this morning while looking for tutorials on how to fixed an overexposed picture. I couldn't believe how much information was on here! I'm getting the basics of photography down, but I'm noticing that I should probably know just as much about editing as I do about photography, so I'm a beginner at that as well.

I have gimp because I figured it might be good to learn on something like that rather than spending so much money on a program I have NO CLUE how to use.

How's that for a first post just to say hi? OK I'm off to try to figure out how to make my overexposed picture look better.
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