DSLR Basics - Know Your DSLR
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Editing

Adding film grain In this guide we show you how to add film grain to an image to get impressive creative effects on your final photograph Digital noise is the photographer’s enemy. It’s...
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Lenses

The beauty of DSLR is that you can attach a different lens to your camera depending on what and where you're planning to photograph Now that you’ve bought your DSLR and understand...
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Shutter Speed

Shutter speed controls the amount of movement in a photo, be it a sporting freeze frame or a dramatic night shot "Blurry images are the result of either you or the subject...
getting the white balance right

White Balance

White balance and colour temperature are really quite simple to get to grips with as you'll find out in this starters' guide to white balance What is white balance? Imagine if you had...
ISO on a camera

ISO

Changing the ISO is the DSLR equivalent of changing film speed in a conventional camera What is ISO? You’ve probably seen an ISO or ASA number associated with a roll of film. This...
The aperture is the space through which light passes

Aperture

In the first in a series of starters' guides for new DSLR users, we explain the principles of aperture and f-stops "Aperture is also known as 'f-stop' and you can think of...
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The Camera

Introduction to a DSLR Camera The Front Your DSLR is a wonderful but intimidating array of buttons, dials, screens and wheels. What do they all do? 1. Shutter release Press this to take your photo....

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