App Users/Mobile Users: Read the Community Info/About This Sub material before you post, please, as the traditional sidebar isn't visible on your platform! A resource for the total photography newb to ask how-to questions without getting flamed. The atmosphere at /r/photography is catering more and more to intermediate and advanced-level photographers... that's not a bad thing, but it's left beginning photographers a bit out in the cold.
/r/photography is a place to discuss the tools, technique and culture of photography. This is not a good place to simply share cool photos or promote your work, but rather a place to discuss photography as an art and post things that would be of interest to other photographers.
This is a community of passionate photographers to work together to improve one another's work. Our goal might be described as making this a place geared toward helping aspiring and even professional photographers with honest feedback. We would like the information given here to be a tool to help those that are serious about their photography to improve.
A place to ask questions to the photographic community here on Reddit. Well formulated questions with clear accurate titles will help, the better the questions the better the answer. Beginner or Pro, ask a good question and we'll give good answers - hopefully.
/r/AmateurPhotography has gone private to participate in the currently ongoing strike regarding communication between admins and moderators. See [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/3bxduw/why_was_riama_along_with_a_number_of_other_large/) for details.
Post reviews, articles, and videos of products, unboxings, etc. This is a subreddit to discuss new cameras and camera comparisons, camera lenses, gear and accessories. EVIL, SLR, DSLR, point and shoot, rangefinder, mirrorless, handheld cams etc.
This is the home of the wedding photographer community on Reddit and the place for wedding photographers, second photographers, assistants, and those aspiring to be to discuss and share the business experiences and creative ideas of their work.
Every week, we, as a community, will come up with a topic or category of pictures. Throughout the time frame of each topic, we can post our pictures here for all to see. We strive to help people develop their photography skills and to motivate photographers to get out and make some art.
r/BeginnerPhotoCritique is a space where it's cool to post your novice images and ask for others' thoughts and opinions. The sub has been created to fill a gap in and compliment r/Beginning_Photography, which limits the posting of images for general critique in order to keep the discussions more technical/technique oriented.
/r/ExposurePorn is a Safe For Work subreddit in the Safe For Work (SFW) Porn Network. The main focus of /r/ExposurePorn is to feature photographs that use the long exposure technique at night or during the day to capture stars, the milky way, movements, lights and much more! Great place to find astrophotography, HDR, long-exposures, light photography, and night photography!
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Do you understand the basics of photography - the exposure triangle, focusing, using a flash and/or reflector, simple post-processing - but want to take your photography a step further? Join photo 102! We will have semi-regular assignments (probably 15 to 20 over the course of the year) that we will all learn from. New students are welcome at any time; the course is designed so that you can join in the middle.