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Daily Prompt: I Got Skills

If you could choose to be a master (or mistress) of any skill in the world, which skill would you pick?

I would like to master photography. I still have a lot to learn not just the new camera and its various features but also the manual modes that it has. I have had it a week already and taken nearly 800 Photos with it. I must admit some look Fabulous others not so much. So some time sitting and reading the manual is in order in the coming days. Hopefully i will have something new to take photos of rather than the same old same old.

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Hey There, I’m Nic. I am a "Home Executive Blogger" who blogs too much and takes too many photos. I am a collector of memories, moments and relish in the snippets and slices of everyday life, I like to call myself an Everyday Life Photo Journalist. I live with my beloved husband, daughter, we live near the sea in Tasmania with our many pets. I love home decorating, meaning i spend way too much at Kmart.

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  2. I ended up getting a Samsung Galaxy Camera, as it combined the internet and a great point and shoot. was find that the EOS400D was getting a bit to heavy to carry around all of the time. Very happy with my purchase.

    Yes love the animals and nature in Tassie, and the beaches certainly provide a great backdrop to photos.

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  3. I am with you on that one. Photography is one of my hobbies and I have progressed to a Nikon D7000. I did a photo course, but then only had a Panasonic Lumix, but did learn the basics. I would now like to do a basic course with my Nikon, there is so much to learn. Not just press and take a photo with automatic settings, but do it all yourself using the manual settings. I always have my camera with me at all times (the smaller one). I am sure you have some beautiful material for photos in Tasmania – especially the animals and the nature.

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