So, I got this big, fancy camera and all… but now what??

If you’re reading this, chances are you want to learn more about your camera, which nowadays, everyone has easy access to, be it your DSLR, or point-and-shoot (although I think that cell phones are the newest form of the grab and go camera, they certainly are uber convenient!)

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It has never been easier to have information at the edge of your fingertips, with all kinds of incredible blogs, and youtube channels that will make your head whirl. Even our phones have infinite editing apps and filters for a speedy upload of our best selfie or sunset.

Now, if you have one of those fancy, big camera’s and your wanting to learn how to use it, I mean, really, really use it, then read on my friend and learn some simple steps to take your basic point-and-shoot methods into images that will evoke your inner artist!
Let’s begin!

(next: turn off auto-pilot… aka automatic mode)

 

 

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Dana Walton

Dana is drawn to the beauty in simplicity within the frame. One who lives by the words "less is more" she translates this feeling into her art. Creative composition and isolating subjects are just a couple of elements that play a strong role within the frame. Finding beauty is its simplest form. Dana lives with her husband, son and two kitties in a small town outside of Toronto, Ontario. When not spending time with family, or shooting, she enjoys baking (just about anything under the sun) or riding through trails on her mountain bike.

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