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    DSLR Photography Tips and Tricks For Beginners

    My name is Long. I am going to share my real experiences about how to take amazing photos with DSLR Camera. Well, you can take awesome photos even you are beginners. By the way, I am a photographer. I spend most of time taking photos and sharing photos that I take and sharing my experiences. Hope this will help you somehow.

    Tips and Tricks to learn How To Capture Perfect Digital Shot:

    - You will learn how to take better photographs when applying guides in this article. For basic things, you should know and understand the elements well: Pixels, Aspect Ratio, Sensor Size, White Balance, Sensitivity, Digital Zoom and Optical Zoom, Difference between JPEG, TIFF and RAW, Display, Printing, DPI and PPI, Memory, Digital Camera Interface, etc. (Make sure you have quality DSLR Camera)

    - 3 fundamentals of capturing image, and capturing it properly are Camera Shutter, its Speeds and Apertures. Remember that the sensor needs to capture the RIGHT amount of light so that you can get the real photos with amazing moment of scene.

    - ISO speed works the same way: Doubling or halving the ISO speed doubles or halves the effective amount of light. It also including ISO sensitivity, Speed, Exposure, Noise,Image Sensor Size and much more.

    - To have better photos, you should know How to correctly use Light in Photography. This is very important to have great photos. Both artificial and natural light can work as long as you know how to capture the right corner of scene or people or objects.

    To have amazing photos, you should learn how to capture the right pose. It means how to capture the right amount of light, combining with the pose.

    You also should learn how to choose appropriate corners to get the great moment of objects and scenes. And also make sure you understand all basic things of your camera like things I mentioned above. That's is!
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