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How to Shoot in Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR – Tutorial Photography

How To Shoot In Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR   Tutorial Photography

How To Shoot In Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR Tutorial Photography

How to Shoot in Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR – Tutorial Photography

How to Shoot in Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR – Some time ago there was an interesting question. The question was something like this: “I have been a long time tried to use Manual mode to learn photography, but the results are far from expectations. Existing solutions? “.

How To Shoot In Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR   Tutorial Photography

How To Shoot In Auto Mode With Your Digital SLR Tutorial Photography

If you learn photography, and you are learning to use a DSLR camera using Manual mode feel so scary, so this time we will be a little review tips is usually done when learning to use the manual. Let the Auto camera settings to guide you, the AUTO setting is set in such a way as to certain conditions such as Portrait, Macro, Sports, Landscape, etc.

For example, use the Sports mode. At Canon 500D camera in the room, we get the settings: f/3.5, 1/230 sec, ISO auto.

What can we see and learn from the above arrangement? A fast shutter speed to freeze motion record and quickly. Maybe when I first learned will feel confused, why use the camera f / stop smaller when using Sports mode. Landscape Mode using the f / stop speed (eg f/11).

And when doing Sport Photography, instead of you taking photos far as in Landscape? and even you might be more confused when the f / stop is used in Sport mode, too much force on the mode settings for Macro mode (shooting close-ups). Why low Aperture? Hopefully you still remember what we wrote in the previous article, that the lower / smaller numbers, the opening will be wider and more light into the sensor.

The Point is, if you use the Sport mode and the shutter is less to freeze a movement, so now you have had a good start, and then use the Manual mode and perform the same settings as when using Sport mode, but this time raise the shutter speed a bit faster. you may be required to change the aperture or ISO to incorporate more light into the sensor, but it will help you start to learn how to use the Manual Mode.

Keep practicing like that, you can even make some sort of a challenge for myself every week or every month, and learn why selecting automatic mode the camera settings like that, and before you know it, you’ll shoot manually, and think, and determines the best settings for your camera.

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