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DSLR Camera Focusing Tips for Beginners

DSLR Camera Focusing Tips for Beginners | photography tip | Scoop.it

New to DSLR photography and want a good basic lesson in focusing? This video by Phil Steele gives a good introduction to five different focusing techniques.
Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips.

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This is not an article but a video about focusing techinuqes. Although the instructor is explaing with canon camera, he is also explaining by utilizing the idea of other camers. I was impressed on it. Besides, you should avoid Auto Focus if a beginner closes to next level. Then, you can feel when to use manual focus mode. Practice ! 

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Ken Morrison's comment, May 24, 2013 12:15 PM
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Canon releases new 100D and 700D entry-level dSLRs

Canon releases new 100D and 700D entry-level dSLRs | photography tip | Scoop.it
Canon has announced a pint-sized entry-level dSLR along with an update to the EOS 650D.

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The canon 700D is going to come out in April. It will be one of the best choices for beginner photographer!

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A 15 Minute Lesson For The Photography Beginner

A 15 Minute Lesson For The Photography Beginner | photography tip | Scoop.it

“I just bought this camera before my trip and I haven’t a clue how to use it. So I just leave it on Auto.” If you have uttered this phrase in the recent past, read on. If you have mastery of your camera this post will not likely excite you.

 


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This is explaining well about what mode we should choose before taking a shot. Use just your 15 minute lesson! By seeing its clear example of the shot, we can understand them easily!

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