DSLR Photography: First Steps Made Easy

DSLR Photography: First Steps Made Easy

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Everyone knows that those who learn DSLR photography take much better photographs than those who just use a point-and-shoot camera. Learning how to use the aperture and shutter speeds on a camera is what allows the shooter to control the artistic and technical outcome of a picture. You see those gorgeous photos of sunsets over the ocean or fireworks in the night sky, but when you attempt to take those same pictures, they come out dull, underexposed, and flat looking. The reason they do is that to capture those types of pictures, you need to know how to use the aperture and shutter speed. For example, did you know that when you're shooting a sunset photo of a landscape, you need a wide aperture and a long shutter speed? It means the aperture must be open wide so that everything is captured in focus. And the shutter speed must be slow enough to allow extra light in, to fully absorb the broad spectrum of colors. And if you don't do those two things on a camera, dull, drab images will be what you get. Of course, getting great photos of sunsets isn't the only reason to learn DSLR photography. Taking close-up images of family and friends with a soft, out-of-focus background and perfect lighting is another big reason. Imagine taking photos of your family that are beautiful enough to frame and hang as art. These are just a few reasons why every family should have at least one person learning DSLR photography. If you want to find out more about DSLR photography the fun and easy way, this beginner's guide comes with an in-camera guide that will teach you the basics of photography. It's like carrying around a book or class inside of the camera. It is an entry level lesson for those wanting to learn more about photography, take more professional cameras, and graduate up from the 'point-and-shoot' camera. Let's get started!

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