Monthly Archives: September 2012

Aperture Priority (AV) Part 1 – Wide Lens

Aperture Priority (also known as Aperture Value or AV for short) is one of the most useful of your camera’s ‘program’ modes. It allows you to be creative with depth of field – that’s how far sharpness extends into the … Continue reading

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Basic Photography – Get Acquainted With Your Camera

If you are new to photography and have just picked up that full-featured new “toy” which you have always wanted, you will come to the realization that the new camera also comes with a number of new jargon. A digital … Continue reading

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Does anyone have photography tips or ideas of how to take a picture of myself that seems mysterious?

Question by Catherine: Does anyone have photography tips or ideas of how to take a picture of myself that seems mysterious? Best answer: Answer by richie.tenenbaumTry to turn on just a single light (preferrably a single light bulb in a … Continue reading

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Photography Tips and Techniques, Learn Photography Camera Course

www.photographercourses.com The Complete SLR Digital Photography Course – Why buy our Photography Courses Well first of all if you are reading this then you have an SLR you have probably paid in excess of 00 dollars once you have all … Continue reading

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