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    Hey everyone, I'm an amateur photographer and I'm learning the ways of touching up photos as I go along.

    I use a Canon Rebel xti with a kit lens, also a 50mm 1.8, and a 55 - 200.

    I have been on a year break from photography, but now I am creating my own website, I am ordering a studio lighting kit (even though I don't have a studio lol) and I will soon get back into doing what I love.

    Any advice from professional photographers, professional artists, and just anyone who has an eye for art; all of your suggestions are welcome !

    Thank you and I hope to hear from you guys soon.

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