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Holding the Camera - Photography Tutorial

Holding the camera properly is the best way to avoid or minimize the effects of camera shake. A good firm grip with the right hand and support from underneath means that, when you press the shutter release, movement of the camera will be minimized. This will enable you to shoot sharper pictures at slower shutter speeds.


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Shutter Speeds and Apertures - Photography Tutorial

Although the shutter speeds and apertures are interchangeable as far as exposure is concerned, they each have their own unique effect on the picture. Let's take a look at shutter speeds first as their effect is easily understood. We'll look at apertures further down the page.


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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.


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Portraits: Preparing - Photography Tutorial

The golden rule when taking portraits is to always think about what you are doing before you press the shutter release.


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Understanding Shutter Delay in Digital Cameras - Photography Tutorial

When using a digital camera to take action photos you will notice that there is a delay between the time you press the shutter button to the time the camera actually takes the photo. In most cases this delay is small enough and not noticeable but when taking action photos, when trying to capture an event that just happened or when trying to capture a moving object this delay can result in a photo that just missed the action. In this article you will better understand what causes the shutter delay and how you can overcome it.


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The Fundamentals - Photography Video Tutorial

A brief rambling explaining the three fundamentals of photography. APERTURE, SHUTTER SPEED and ISO or FILM SPEED.


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Flash and Shutter Speed - Photography Video Tutorial

In this tutorial we explore basic shutter speed and flash synchronization concepts. We also discuss buying a good flash.


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Metering - Photography Video Tutorial

This is a tutorial describing how the metering system works and what it does on Nikon DSLRs. The camera used in the tutorial is a Nikon d300.


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How to Blur Water for a Dreamy Effect - Photography Video Tutorial

DSLR Tips: How to blur water for a dreamy effect.


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Shutter Speed and Aperture - Photography Video Tutorial

This video tutorial covers the basics of camera shutter speeds and lens apertures and the relationship between them when taking a photo.


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