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Besides manual mode, the two primary settings on most DSLR cameras are shutter priority and aperture priority.When shooting in shutter priority, you select the shutter speed and the camera selects the aperture.


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[This article is a summary of the detailed explanation I give in the section on Depth of Field in the Extended edition of my Digital Photo Secrets course.If you'd like a more thorough video explanation with lots of examples, I recommend you take a look at the Extended Edition.]


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Are you tired of blurry images? It’s time to learn how to capture sharper images by finding your lens’ sweet spot. This will give you more confidence, save time, and help you take better photos. How to find your lens’ sweet spot (for sharper images) Why you should shoot in Aperture Priority ...


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The essential tech news of the moment. Technology's news site of record. Not for dummies.


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Underwater Camera guide for underwater photography, covering compact underwater digital cameras and dSLRs, best camera and underwater housing choices for Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Ikelite, Fuji, Sea & Sea, ,Aquatica, Sony, Nauticam Panasonic


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My first love in photography when I first got my trusty SLR as a teenager was Landscape Photography. Here are a few tips I've picked up over the years.


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Cathy's mind was reeling. Who was this girl? Why was she being kept like this? Were the people responsible for her kidnapping still around? All three questions were soon to be answered.


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We don’t need to analyse why this works, but know that it does in the majority of the situations. If you’re used to putting everything smack dab in the middle of the farme and turning up some very boring shots, try this out.


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Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD Lens (Model A036) | Price: $799 Tamron’s first fullframe E-mount lens features a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture for depth of field control and enhanced low-light performance.