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Photography Lessons

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Photography Basics: Shooting in Manual Mode + FREE PRINTABLE — HALEY IVERS | Influencer and Content Creator

Master ISO, aperture, and shutter speed in under 10 minutes!

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What are the Ideal Camera Settings for Studio Photography?

If you’re a professional photographer, you’ve had a chance to participate in a studio photo shooting session. Quite frankly, this one can be really exhausting since the quality of the

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Beginning Photography lesson: Exposure Compensation

You may have heard how important exposure compensation is for your photos, well, it is, but it's not nearly as scary as it sounds!

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Your Step-by-Step Roadmap to Amazing Photos

Did you just get your DSLR and want to know what to do next? Want to understand your DSLR settings? These tips will get to started on the path to amazing photos!

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My #1 Photography Advice - take great photos with your DSLR

Welcome to the House Fur blog about living happily with pets and plants! I share my tips for living healthy and happy with dogs, cats, and over 100 houseplants.

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The Secret to Manual Mode: The Beginner Photographer's Guide to Metering

Learn to use your camera meter, which is a built-in camera guide or consultant! It will evalute your settings and train your photography eye!

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The Exposure Triangle

Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO They work together to create an exposure and affect your image in different ways. If you missed the individual articles you can find them here: Aperture –…

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DARIUSTWIN — Cheater's Guide to Night-Photography

Today I'm doing a short post that will serve as a really straight-forward way for people to set their cameras correctly under a few different lighting conditions. *Please note that this is not the only way to set your camera (there are a million ways!), but it's generally what I use to shoot all my

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