10 Tips for Better DSLR Photography for the Newbie.

Chloe Roberts Photography

Don’t get me wrong, I am definitely a fan of my Canon 60D’s auto capabilities, as they usually yield a well-exposed and clear shot, but there is so much more to a DSLR camera than full Auto mode and Scene modes (Portrait mode, Landscape mode, etc.), and to not utilize and take advantage of its amazing tools would be like shooting with a very expensive ‘point and shoot.’ When you learn to use these features you will notice that your shots get even better! If you are not yet ready to leap into full Manual mode but are in need of getting a bit more familiar and adventurous with your dslr, here is my list of 10 Tips for Better DSLR Photography (use your camera’s manual in conjunction with these tips, as camera brand mechanics vary):Image


1. Use your camera’s Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority modes (great stepping stones…

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