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Today we have many editing programs that help us enhance our photos. But sometimes these programs are powerless because the initial photo is unusable. Before taking photos with your DSLR camera (or similar), in order to make sure you’ll take the best possible photos, you should know the basics. Here is the complete guide to photography for beginners, a useful infographic from KatchUp.
I remember the first time I saw a DSLR – over ten years ago. I was impressed – compared to the traditional camera I had (using a film.) But I was also overwhelmed: so many settings, so many things to know.
It appeared to be so hard to understand it all, but, trying to learn my way around with the settings, I started to take better photos.
Yes, it is important to know what ISO should you use and when; what is the exposure and what depth of field should you use.
Each setting influence the way your photos look. So take a moment, look at the infographic then play with your camera and its settings. Try different settings and see how photos change. With each photo you take, you’ll know more about taking great pictures!