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my camera & lenses

I love my camera.. With my camera my most precious memories will never be lost and most importantly the will never be forgotten... Never leave home without it.

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How to Use Every Nikon Digital SLR

I should have read this a long time ago: How to use every Nikon DSLR

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Photography Tutorial: A Quick Guide to Understanding Your DSLR Camera

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.

Kevin & Amandafrom Kevin & Amanda

Photography Tutorial: A Quick Guide to Understanding Your DSLR Camera

Photography Tutorial

Which NIKKOR Lens Type is Right for Your D-SLR | Understanding NIKKOR Lens Nomenclature from Nikon

Fabulous blog on the basic's of digital photography. Each post is a new lesson w/ an activity to do to make you learn your camera. Perfect for Nikon or Canon owners.

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Nikon launches the D5500 advanced beginners DSLR

24 camera features every beginner photographer must memorize

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National Geographic Lists Its Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers

A new Fuji X T1 has been confirmed for release in Feb 2014. Will be interesting to watch reviews roll in as people get their mitts on it... #photography #fujixt1

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10 best compact cameras 2016

The right way to set up your camera

My online guide, full of personal insights and experiences with the Nikon D3100, organized into an easy-to-understand resource packed with tips, tricks and recommended settings.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera hitting Australia late November

How to find your lens' sweet spot: a 3-step guide

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.