Long story shortish - I have an old SLR at the moment. On a photography course. Doing some coursework right now - whenever I go to get photographs processed, they throw away the out of focus ones, or a machine does. Either way, I don't even have the negatives to go back and ask them to reprint. So basically I can't progress with the work. I'm looking to invest in the Canon EOS 350D. The other things I like about DSLR's is the fact that you can just take a photo and delete it on the spot & take it again, if you need to, so there's rarely any mistakes.
Is it a good idea for me to purchase this camera? I'd really just like some help, I'm falling behind on the course. Any advice is welcome. I'd just like some tips or ANYTHING from some professional photographers, or at least photographers who've been in this field longer than me.
Thank you in advance!
mubblegumMember Since 22 May 2006
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