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  • Lynnetta Compston

    #photography #tutorial This is probably the most easy to understand dslr camera tutorial I've read.

  • Melanie Perry

    This really is a great quick step DSLR tutorial. It even helped me with my advanced point & shoot (http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/product.asp?product=1529) | Another pinner says: I paid for a class about this stuff and forgot everything. This is probably the most easy to understand DSLR camera tutorial I've read.

  • Clancy & Marley's Mom

    Photography Tutorial. Probably the best DSLR Camera tutorial I've seen.

  • Stephanie Monzon

    Free time reading... Another pinner says:"I paid for a class about this stuff and forgot everything. This is probably the most easy to understand dslr camera tutorial I've read.". I want to take a photography class soon!

  • Lori Smith

    Another pinner says:I paid for a class about this stuff and forgot everything. This is probably the most easy to understand dslr camera tutorial I've read. This is great info! I do think 50 is too low of a shutter speed in most cases though.

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