Beginner Photography Tips – How to hold a camera when shooting in low light.

Dan Eitreim

January 24, 2015

So have you had your DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) for a while now and decided to finally break it out of the box and take some pics? Or did you just get your new DSLR camera and can’t wait to get started? Well, either way I’m glad you’re here and hopefully I can help you out a bit to get you feeling a little more confident in your picture-taking. Now of course I’m not going to be able to explain everything about photography right here-right now, but hopefully I can give you a few tips to get you started.

There are many other things to learn about to make your pictures look better, like Depth of Field, but that’s another lesson. For now follow these basic steps and allow yourself to get to know your camera. DSLRs can be a little overwhelming, but they are so rewarding when you start to learn what they can truly do.

For more information Randy owns the domain at [www.betterdigitalphotos.us] and has been an avid photographer for over 20 years. He took photography courses in high school and college and is currently a cinematographer on the Independent Feature film Ghost of a Chance and has also worked on Gray Area feature film.

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