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20 photography tips for DSLR users

Online Photography School 20 photography tips This article lists 20 tips to get started with DSLR photography. It is particularly useful to those who are used to point-and-shoot digicams and now want to take the next step in their photography skills. We used the DSLR cam as if it were a point-and-shoot snapshot cam in automatic mode, not knowing about ...

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Tips For Silhouette Photography – Part III

Online Photography School Tips For Silhouette Photography – Part III Normally every time you take a photo, you want the subject to be as crisp and clear as possible. However, today, we will talk about a technique that hides almost everything from the viewer, leaving it all to the imagination and delivers a stunning effect at the same time. Silhouettes ...

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Ways to Improve Your Landscape Photography

Learn Photography Ways to Improve Your Landscape Photography  Landscapes are amongst the most popular themes for photography, and some of the best scenery can be found within the U.K, it’s unsurprising why. Lot of us appreciate a day out in the country side, and also to take along the camera is usually second nature. Returning with a few nice record ...

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Better Pictures On The Auto Mode – 5 Tips

Learn Photography Better Pictures On The Auto Mode – 5 Tips Photography, and in particular nature photography, does not have to be over-complicated. Unfortunately, with so many features on a new digital camera, and a manual that is impossible to read, most beginners feel much safer with their camera set to automatic. If you read that and thought “That sounds ...

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Shutter Priority vs Aperture Priority

Online Photography School Shutter Priority vs Aperture Priority The many modes modern cameras can shoot in can sometimes overwhelm their owner. When setting up to take a picture, many DSLR users will use either Aperture Priority or Shutter Priority. Both shooting modes are great for specific scenarios. I’m going to help you figure out where you should apply them. First, ...

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