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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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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.

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How I finally learned how to use my DSLR camera after years of using it as a glorified point-and-shoot. Learning was easy with an online photography class.

I always direct anyone asking me about my camera (and how to use it) to this site. Its all explained so simply, and taught me how to start using my DSLR. My sister printed it out and keeps it as a reference in her camera bag. Great idea!

What every amateur photographer needs to know ~ There are three settings that control the exposure of your camera. They do not act independently, they work together. ALWAYS. They are APERTURE, SHUTTER SPEED, and ISO. In order to be able to really control your camera you must understand what each setting does and how they work together

A nice little tutorial for hobby photographers like me who don't necessarily have the time to take classes but would love to learn the basics of good picture taking.