The Basics - Photography Tutorial


You'd be surprised how many photographers do not know the basics -- and wonder why their pictures always seem to have something wrong with them. These basic pointers are so common sense that we should not have to say them -- but we will anyway, because they are important. They might be simple, but not simplistic. - View Tutorial »


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