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Stupid question? What exactly does DIY stand for?

 
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May 04, 2007 21:52 |  #1

This has always made me slightly mad in the noggin to wonder what those letters stand for every time I see them in a post. It makes me think of DUI or FYI or maybe FBI....lol!

Stupid? Yes. But curious minds must be informed of these things. :p


  
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May 04, 2007 21:55 |  #2

Do It Yourself.


http://www.redfieldpho​to.com (external link)
http://www.theredfield​blog.com (external link)

  
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May 04, 2007 22:07 |  #3

*slaps head* Ohh ok, gotcha now. Thanks alot awad! :)


  
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May 04, 2007 22:33 |  #4

no prob!


http://www.redfieldpho​to.com (external link)
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May 05, 2007 00:41 |  #5

Or in some peoples case "Destroy-it-yourself"


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May 05, 2007 00:53 |  #6

You'd be amazed what google can answer for you:

http://www.google.com/​search?hl=en&q=DIY (external link)

I google and wiki all day long for research on just about anything. http://www.diyphotogra​phy.net/ (external link) is a good site too!


people will always try to stop you doing the right thing if it is unconventional
Full frame and some primes.

  
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