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Updated on August 13, 2016

I work in a school library and we have a Canon PowerShot A 400 digital camera for the students to use. One day, a student asked me if she could borrow the digital camera to take some pictures around the school for her assignment, I told her, yes and gave her the camera. I did not bother to asked her if she knows how to used it, then after a few minutes she came back and said it is not working, I told her, it should work and she said if I could show her how to use the camera.

Honestly, I don't know how to use it, but I did not tell her. Luckily she said, if she could come back because she have a class on the next period, I hurriedly get the User's guide book and study it, I practiced at the backroom and books, scissors, masking tape, computers become my subject.

I really got curious and on that weekend I borrowed the digital camera and I have a good time taking pictures in my backyard. It's by no means the perfect shot but it was fun.

That was over three years ago, in Christmas 2005, I gave myself a Kodak EasyShare Z700, one of the best thing I ever bought.

So that was the start of my adventure in the world of Digital Photography. I feel that photography have allowed me to see things in a different perspective. I enjoyed stopping on the road side to take pictures and now there is always something interesting in little things. I still have a lot of things to learn and I 've learned in every mistake I made.

Today, I always have my camera in my bag, wherever I go, I don't want to miss any special moments or any exciting events along the way. Now, I have a big collection of pictures which I am slowing downloading on the web and making use of it in my hubs to showcase my adventures in digital photography. Scroll down and Enjoy.



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  • Pictures of Roses

    Roses are probably the world's most popular plant, which is not surprising because they come in fantastic range of color, shapes and forms and most of the time a lot of them have beautiful fragrance.

Pictures of Flowering Trees

  • Crepe Myrtle Tree Pictures

    Crepe Myrtles are plants for all seasons. They flower in late summer with clusters of white, pink, lavender or deep red crepe-like blooms. Here is a collection of beautiful crepe myrtles trees.

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Sculpture by the Sea Photos

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    • Happyboomernurse profile image

      Gail Sobotkin 6 years ago from South Carolina

      Love the story of how you first got involved with digital photography and also enjoyed the beautiful photos in this hub.

      Voted up across the board except for funny.

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      spawn50 6 years ago

      i think you have a great eye for colors

    • needful things profile image

      needful things 7 years ago from Poland

      Your first camera was also my first camera. :-)

    • freelancewriterva profile image

      freelancewriterva 8 years ago

      great photos.

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      R Burow 9 years ago from Florida, United States

      Inspiring ! I love my little digital. But, my pictures do not come to life like yours. Very nice.

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      Nancy's Niche 9 years ago

      Good article and the more you get into digital photography, the more you will enjoy it.

      In case, you didn’t know here’s a Tip: do not delete a photo from your card while taking pictures. Delete the picture/s after downloading your card to the photo program you use. If you delete it from the camera, it leaves bits of information on the card that can ruin your next shot...

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      Peter 9 years ago from Australia

      You have some great photos on this hub.

      I use the same type of camera. Cannon Powershot A400.

      I would like to be able to zoom in a bit closer though?

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      Juliet Christie Murray 9 years ago from Sandy Bay Jamaica

      There photo are so uplifting.  There are really good. I got my first job in a Photo studio.I used to take and clean black and white photo. It was the most enjoyable job I have had so far. the pay was lousy. but it thought me how to identify got shots

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      pvyas 9 years ago

      good photography, i also like photography and the pictures clicked are really captured well. Every pic speaks something. I also have canon and would like to experiment some nature clicks and would update soon on my hub too. I am inspired. thanx

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      adeshwar 9 years ago

      wow those are great pics , wud like to see more.

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    • Constant Walker profile image

      Constant Walker 9 years ago from Springfield, Oregon

      Nice shots. I don't remember what the Gothic looking building is, but it's beautiful.

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      zylla3philippines 10 years ago from Anaheim, CA

      Just as great as your other shots!

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      MM Del Rosario 10 years ago from NSW, Australia

      Hi Scent, thanks for dropping by, digital photography is not expensive anymore as before, you can read more about digtal photography on the link provided ng-invention

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      Marie Myers 10 years ago from Berwick, PA

      I love photography but that is one costly hobby.

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      Whitney 10 years ago from Georgia

      You did a great job capturing your photography hubs within this hub.

    • MM Del Rosario profile image

      MM Del Rosario 10 years ago from NSW, Australia

      Thank you for your comments, I enjoy taking photos and sharing it with my readers.

      LisaG@ - looking forward to see your photos too.

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      Lisakg 10 years ago from Caribbean

      You know, I bought a digital camera earlier this year. It is a Canon. I bought it especially to take pictures and put on my hubs. Unfortunately I have not posted any hubs recently, but the pictures I took really came out great.

      I think I shall post a hub with some of the pictures, since that is what I really bought the camera for.

      The pictures are really beautiful. You always have wonderful pictures on your hubs.

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      shyamchat 10 years ago from Calcutta

      Good shots !

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      Eileen Hughes 10 years ago from Northam Western Australia

      You sure cannot beat digital cameras, It is instant. No developing just saved ready for you to delet or print as you want. Great hub love the cockies, so natural. Digital brings out the colours too. And great when doing old photos in sepia

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      Zsuzsy Bee 10 years ago from Ontario/Canada

      Great hub. I love the three pals gossiping...

      regards Zsuzsy

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      prems4u 10 years ago from KERALA Cochin

      I like that black and white photos...

      Which is best digital camera for a beginner ..( not too expensive)

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      ms kim 10 years ago from IL

      Wow, lots of good shots. Have you thought of entering any of them in contests? I think some of the best things about using digital is that you can see if you 'got the shot' right away and take it again if needed. (With film I always took 4 or 5 just in case.) And being able to download to a computer and do some editing and print myself is nice too.

      Thanks for sharing


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