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Beginner DSLR Photography basics: Aperture and depth of field guide

Beginner DSLR Photography basics: Aperture and depth of field guideBeginner guide to aperture and Depth of Field. If you want to get a blurry background, or take a landscape that is sharp from to back, then watch this video. This video tries to explain the basic principle of aperture. What it is. What it does How its used The effect it has. Different lenses have different apertures, so please bear that in mind, you lens may not go to f/1.4 or f/22. Also, I havent talked about diffraction in this video. This is when a lens starts to loose sharpness due to a

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How to Use a DSLR Camera: Learn DSLR Camera Basics Shutter Aperture ISO

How to Use a DSLR Camera: Learn DSLR Camera Basics Shutter Aperture ISOHow to Use a DSLR — — Learning DSLR camera basics can be very easy if you understand and learn how a dslr camera works. The three mechanisms that make it work and that is the Shutter, Aperture and ISO if you learn these three you will learn how to use a DSLR. Link to White Balance Video …

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DSLR Basics: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

DSLR Basics: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO This photography tutorial shows you how to use a DSLR camera by showing the fundamentals (Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO) and also describes how to use them using different camera modes. If you want my full course for beginner photographers that covers /everything/, go to

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My 6 Best Tips to Make Awesome Long Exposure Photographs at Night – PLP #182

My 6 Best Tips to Make Awesome Long Exposure Photographs at Night - PLP #182To get my source files, sign up at: In this episode I show you my 6 best tips for taking great long exposure photographs during the night: 1. Shoot without using an ND filter after sunset. ND filters alter the color of your photos and when you already have nice colors you don’t want that 🙂 2. A 25 second exposure time is a good time to have nice water and clouds and this can be achieved without a remote. 3. Shoot 3 different exposures with the timer at: 8, 1

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