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Alright. I'm sure this is a question on every newbies' minds, but how do most of you take pictures? Right now, I have 2 pieces of black foamboard, a photography light, some expensive Nikon camera of my dad's... and that's it. What methods do YOU use? For my photos (which I have yet to post, since there was some weird reflection on the top of my new mech, named the D-2 PIETY Light Mech, from the bounce flash that I used), I plan to get as natural of a light as possible. Also, what photo-editing software do you recommend? I want something simple, effective, and easy to use. I do have Photoshop, as well as some other random software that came with the expensive Nikon camera. Soo... Tips? Comments? Suggestions?
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