Photography Tips and Tricks - 18
I just looked at my stats for hits on my blog and I am seeing an increase in readers. So, thank you to all that are reading my blog. What I did find interesting is the lack of comments, so leave a comment or question and I will answer.
So, on with the tip.
Today's tip is in-line with a quest that I took on a long time ago. My quest was to learn what every switch or button did on my Canon t7i EOS Rebel camera. I have since upgraded to a higher-end Canon and glad I learned before upgrading. I am not asking you to learn every button or switch, but to start with just one or two that may be foreign to you.
If you are struggling with which one to start with, start with the dial that has a mode for the camera (auto, manual, etc.). Learn what each setting could be used for.
Get out there and take some photos and leave me a comment here.
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