Understanding Your Camera - Photography Tutorial


Most people out there love using their camera. It’s great fun to snap away regardless of where you are or what’s in front of you. If you are ‘most people’ though then you probably just leave your camera on auto mode. 90% of the time this is the easiest way to photograph. However, you’re missing out on a huge range of features on your camera, and, even if you don’t think you’ll need or use them, simply understanding them will make taking a photo a much better experience. - View Tutorial »


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