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Digital Photography

Don't Try Learning Everything at Once

SUMMARY: Learn a few digital photography techniques at a time and practice, practice, practice!

If you're just starting out in digital photography, or even if you have been shooting photos for a while but are interested in learning more of your digital camera's advanced features, don't try learning everything at one time!

There is a lot to learn when it comes to digital photography and it can be quite overwhelming. Study a couple of techniques at a time, such as the ones offered on MalekTips.Com, and practice just using those techniques. When you think you have them down; learn a couple more. Start on composition techniques; no matter how much you have mastered advanced photography techniques, if your photos do not tell a story, digital camera settings alone cannot save them.

Remember that even if you don't yet know everything about f-stops and exposure compensation, you can still take photos that you and your friends and family can enjoy.

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