Digital Photography Basics

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The first big leap most photographers with a new D-SLR make is moving their camera settings from full automatic to semi-automatic by turning the dial from Auto to P. This is a giant first step, and if you have done that, I heartily congratulate you! That means that you are now controlling your ISO settings […]

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I just read a tip list on creating Christmas Card photos, and for the most part it provided good information. However, I noticed one tip that often trades one problem for another-putting the light behind the photographer. This tip does make sense from a purely technical perspective–putting the light behind the photog means that the […]

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A reader recently posted a request for me to recommend at good digital camera for a beginner. I certainly wish the answer were as simple as the question… The truth is that selecting a digital camera, no matter what your level of expertise is dependent on many things, including your shooting style, the type of […]

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Digital cameras require a bit more involvement from the photographer than traditional film cameras do. That’s the bad news AND the good news. More involvement means the photographer has more control over the output of the images, whether they are destined for online viewing or printing. This slide show is presented in a PDF for […]

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