|Get started on the road to taking better pictures!
It doesn't matter if you use a Digital Compact camera or a Digital Single Lens Reflex camera. The photography
tips and tutorials on this site can be useful to beginners through advanced photographers. They will help you
understand basic photography principles in easy to understand language. Start with the Basics of Photography
1, 2, and 3 listed below or just browse the tutorials for a subject that you are interested in.
|Digital Photography Tutorials
Learn or brush up on various basic photography subjects. Topics include camera shooting modes, how to obtain
correct exposures, using various shutter speeds and aperture settings, as well as explaining white balance and
different types of camera lenses.
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|Night Photography-Taking Night Shots
Don't be afraid to venture out after sundown to get some great night shots.
You don't have to be a professional to take stunning night shots. A Camera,
a Tripod, and some basic knowledge of camera exposure settings are all you
really need to get started.
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|Continue to more Photography Tutorials
|What is ISO?... and how to use it
Your ISO setting is part of the exposure triangle. We all like to change the
shutter speed and aperture setting to obtain the correct exposure. However, in
many tricky lighting situations, your ISO setting could be your best friend.
Continue to What is ISO?
Flowers are one of the most popular photography subjects. It seems that they
are just sitting there in all their beauty waiting to be photographed. Sometimes it
is easy to get a great shot of a flower. Then there are times it can be somewhat
Continue to How to Photograph Flowers
|Black and White Photography
Black and White photography might be old way of taking pictures, but it is new
to most of todays photographers. Learn the differences between shooting
black and white rather than color. It is not difficult and your results might give
you some shots to brag about.
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|Try Using Your Camera's "P" Program Mode
Just because you have a camera that has manual setting functions doesn't
mean you have to fumble with them all the time. The P mode allows you to
retain control over all camera functions, but the Shutter Speed and Aperture
settings will be taken care of by the camera.
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