I've gotten into digital photography in the last few years, but as a very sporadic hobby. Little Worlds is the first project that I have undertaken as a photographer per se, and as such is both exciting and intimidating. The responsibility of translating another person's vision into reality is a new one for me, so I'll admit that yeah, I'm definitely a
A note on my equipment, in case anyone is curious: I have the 8-megapixel Canon Digital Rebel XT with an 18-35mm lens. It's not a full frame digital camera, though, so the actual numbers are ~1.6x...higher (if I remember the manual correctly) than stated. Of course, this is some old-hat stuff compared to some of the newfangled gear you can get these days.
Before I sign off, there's a question I feel I ought to ask: what part of the comic-making process do you want to read about? Leave a comment to let us know!
-Loud (Gallium_Arsenide on the RPC forums)