IndustryDev Photography Forums is an online venue for enthusiastic photographers and hobbyists to come together for in-depth discussion, collaberation and to find answers to the questions they seek. Our community consists of a wide variety of individuals, from first-timers who are looking to learn more about thier cameras to more experienced amatuers who are looking to improve upon their technique to seasoned professionals who graciously share their wisdom with the rest of us. We offer topics ranging from camera specific how-to guides to suggestions for how to improve upon our photography technique to comparisons between and reviews of all brands of cameras and gear. We even have a special forum for photographers of any skill set to share their photos for exposure and critique. In other forums, we compare and contrast which image post-processing programs are the best and which offer the most value. We are a growing photography community of folks who enjoy helping one another in a wide variety of ways. Join today to learn about photography, gain valuable skills, form important relationships and aquire contacts that may help you well into the future.
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Going hiking today to grab some Maine photography. Will add some images to a gallery here. I'll also discuss some photo tips and any trouble I come across.
Welcome to the IndustryDev photography forum and community. We're the newest addition to a long list of very worthy and popular photography enthusiast online forums. Our primary website was established in 2015 and this forum was added a few years after that. This venue promises to become a setting for some robust conversation. Please feel free to regsiter to ask questions, offer answers and guidance, and to debate topics that pertain to both film and digital photography, cameras and gear, and post-processing. Once registered, simply click on one of the forum links above to begin contributing. There really is only one way to learn and to improve your skills and that's to do a lot of reading, ask the right questions and then to practice. Let's get going today!