HOW TO: DSRL Manual Settings for Beginners
Updated: Feb 8, 2019
Bought a new DSLR camera?
Unfortunately, many people buy a DSLR and then don't understand why their photos aren't magically amazing.
"My iPhone's photos are just as good!"
It happens all the time.
A DSLR camera isn't a magic wand that create art with the click of a button. It takes work, and there's a learning curve.
In this video, Dan and I talk about the three most important factors that create a high quality, properly exposed photo. If you're a beginner with a DSLR camera, you should learn how to shoot on MANUAL mode instead of automatic.
In manual mode, you control your aperture (f-stop), ISO, and shutter speed. These three settings make or break your photos, and every professional photographer should have a handle on them.
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