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Learn Your Camera Lens: part 3 accessories | Boost Your Photography

Learn your Camera Lens: accessories | Boost Your Photography

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Photography Cheatsheets - Shooting Modes everything anyone with a camera wants to know.

How To Use a DSLR Camera Like A Pro - Great tips and over 50 links to FREE photography tutorials. iHeartFaces.com

How to Brighten Skintones in Photoshop | Polished Picture

5 must-have menu tweaks for Canon users

dslr lenses- get to know all about telephoto, prime lenses, wide angle and kit lenses! Which to use for faces, which to use for places, and everything in between. (great info for beginner photographers)

If I could only teach you one thing in this photography basics series, it would be to set your camera in aperture priority for the next six months. When you want full depth-of-field, choose a high f-stop (aperture). When you want shallow depth of field, choose a lower f-stop. Your pictures will DRAMATICALLY improve when you learn to control the depth-of-field.

Laid Off Mom: Photography 101. Seriously, this would have been nice when I got my camera, the cameras guide isn't very helpful. LOVE THIS FOR BEGINNERS!

General Rules and tips for ISO Camera Settings: •Use an ISO of 100 or 200 when taking photographs outside in sunny conditions. • If the sky is overcast or it is evening time, then use an ISO within the range of 400 to 800. • Night time or in cases of low light you might need to set your digital camera ISO to 1600. If you don't then your photo will appear too dark if at all.

10 Tips For Sharp Photos

10 Common Photoshop Frustrations (and How to Fix Them in Five Minutes)

Photographing Kids in Front of a Christmas Tree from Faithful Steps Photography. Dark room (all the lights off in the house except for Christmas tree lights), f-stop 1.4, ISO 160, SS 1/15. Make sure kids stand still. Love this!! (@Jillian Medford Smith)

Photography Tip—How to Restore Pictures Deleted from a Memory Card

Photography Cheat Sheet: how much your camera captures at every lens' focal length. I LOVE this graphic!

Shutter Speed and Aperture explained

Shutter speed cheat sheet