As we come to the end of this unusual year I thought it would be interesting and a good exercise to do a bit of a review of 2020. READ…
Welcome to the world of photography, and congratulations on your first camera! Here are a few tips to help you get started.
I know the first thing many will tell you to do is to read the manual. Well, I’m not going to do that because I have to admit, I’ve never read mine.
Keep it around, use it as a reference to familiarize yourself with what all the buttons and screens are and to look up specific items when you have a question. There are sooooo many functions on cameras that you’ll likely not use them all. So I say, learn what you need to or want to, and look up the rest when it comes up.
A little over a year ago I wrote an article about limiting yourself in order to learn. Now is the perfect time to revisit this concept as many of us aren’t able to travel to our usual epic locations, new spots or old favorites to take photos. Having to limit our options can help us grow in our photography.