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Ruben L. Wade
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/2/2005
 

best way to learn portraiture.l


I want to learn portraiture as soon as possible. I currently have a lot of time on my hands and all the money and equipment to learn using the latest and greatest equipment but, don't have a teacher or a guide to do what I would like. Can anyone orient me as to how I can reach my goal in as little time as possible?


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8/7/2005 1:02:02 PM

 
Debby A. Tabb
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/4/2004
  RUBEN,
YOU HAVE ALL THE TIME ON YOUR HANDS,LOL
WELL THEN WE HAVE THE THREAD FOR YOU!!
HERE YOU GO JOIN US -AND START READIN' ,LOL
WE'LL DO WHAT WE CAN TO HELP,
DEBBY BETSY, LAURA,
LYNN, MICHELLE AND ANYONE ELSE WE CAN GET TO PLAY!
http://www.betterphoto.com/forms/qnaDetail.asp?threadID=17534


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8/7/2005 1:05:57 PM

 
Ruben L. Wade
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/2/2005
  Hey Debby, looks like you would be the person to talk to. I currently can't work because of a knee injury but am able to walk around as long as I don't try to squat down. If I could find someone to teach me, I would be willing to pay for private lessons.


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8/7/2005 1:23:02 PM

 
Debby A. Tabb
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/4/2004
  RUBEN,
I DO TEACH POSING CLASSES- (PLEASE NOTE I DO NOT THEACH PHOTOGRAPHY AND LIGHTING SETTINGS -BUT HOW TO POSE FOR THEM)
AND HAVE SOMEONE TRYING TO ARRANGE A CLASS IN HEMET, CA
I AM IN THE SAN DIEGO AREA.
AT THIS TIME AND HAVE HELD THEM HERE.AND JUST ABOUT ANY WHERE SOMEONE PUTS 5-15 PERSONS TOGETHER.
IF PLEASE EMAIL IF YOU HAVE A FUTHER INTREST.
THANK YOU ,
DEBBY


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8/7/2005 1:32:07 PM

 
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