A Good Place To StartDPMag Published in Blog
Know any beginning photographers? Anybody looking for a little insight into the use of a brand new D-SLR? Both of these groups could benefit from a peek at this post from Digital Photography School. "A 15-minute lesson for the photography beginner" offers a few choice answers to a few common newbie questions. Should I use Auto mode? When should I try the other settings? How fast of a shutter speed should I use to stop motion? What about if I want to enhance it? A quick perusal of this introductory post by Peter West Carey is a great place to start figuring out how to use a new camera, or how to get better with one you've had for a good long time.
Photo by Peter West Carey
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