Tips and Tricks: Five Beginner Classic Photography Tips

Cee's Photography

Left   Nikon 1 V2 Mirrorless camera Nikkor 18.5mm F1.8 fixed lens (equal to 50mm in 35mm format) Nikkor VR 30-110mm f/3.8-5.6 lens (equal to 81-297mm in 35mm format) Nikkor VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 lens (equal to 27-81mm in 35mm format) Left Nikon D80  Nikkor 18-200mm VR  Nikkor 70-300mm VR  Nikkor 105mm Fixed VR  Nikkor 24-85 mm F/2.8 VR

If you are an expert photographer and highly use the manual functions on your camera, you need not read any further.  Although you may even pick up a trick or two.  If you are more like me, someone who just loves taking photographs and seeing the beauty around you, whether it be photographs of your pets, family, outdoors or indoors, flowers, landscapes, macros, and the list could go on forever, here are a few tricks that will get help you take exceptional photographs.  In the one and only photography class I ever took, the instructor said, you must start with a good photograph.  If you take lousy photographs, no amount of post-processing will help.

Tip One:  Use your automatic setting on your camera. 

You paid good money for your camera, let it be your brains, at least for awhile.  All the functions determine the shutter speed, aperture setting, ISO, etc…

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