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  • Aaron Last

    #photography #tutorial #tips #settings #manual

  • Mahnoor Ahmad

    20 Things I Wish I Knew About Photographing in Manual Mode | Photography Tips

  • Charlie Dye

    20 things I wish I knew about photographing in manual mode. #photography #cameras #tips

  • Carole Gerbig

    Manual mode photo tips. Most helpful info- Steps to setting up in manual: First set white balance, second set ISO, then set aperture, and finally your shutter speed. 20 tips.

  • Carly

    Photographing in Manual #photography #tips #manual

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steps to setting up in manual: first set white balance, second set iso, then set aperture, and finally your shutter speed

Should probably print and keep in my camera bag

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