DSLR Photography – A Full Overview

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by kanonn

You have just bought a new DSLR camera and wanted to use it. However, you are not sure how to! You need not worry, as there here are the digital photography tutorials for you.
Firstly, what is a DSLR camera? It is a camera that has a digital imaging sensor with mechanism of the single lens camera. The first step in DSLR photography is to know your camera and to know it well.

The basics of the DSLR camera are:
1. Exposure
2. Shutter speed
3. Aperture
4. Combining aperture and shutter speed
5. Exposure compensation
6. Setting exposure

First in this digital photography tutorial, we will talk about the shutter speed. It is the measurement of time for which the shutter of the camera was open. It is hardly for fractions of seconds. The shutter speed can be fast as well as slow and the imbalanced shutter speed can cause the picture clicked to be blur.

Aperture is responsible for the brightness of the picture. It all depends on the f-number of the aperture. It is generally denoted by the f-number that ranges from f/1.4, f/2, f/2.8, /f4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16, f/22, or f/32. You can adjust it according to your requirement. The right adjustment will again result into a perfect picture; else, the picture can be blurred.

We have divided blur picture in four categories to make you understand the reasons of blur picture. For example, your subject is blurred, meaning you wanted to click the picture of your friend, the background is clear yet her picture is blurred. The reason behind this kind of photography is the problem with focus. The friend was off-center and the camera took the background as the focus subject.

Second is the short focus blur. It happens when you bring your camera too close to the object or person whose picture you wish to click. Like our eyes, even the camera lens is the eye for the camera. As we cannot see if go too close, our vision goes blur so does the camera. To take a close shot just go back enough, zoom and click.

Third is the most common, the handshake blur. It may also happen because the camera took too long to click a shot or the shot was indoors.

Fourth, one is the moving subject blur. The best way to avoid it is to increase the speed of your shutter.

Follow these tips and make your photography more fun!

Richa is a professional photographer who has a passion for photography, also gives digital photography tutorials. To know about photography courses, Photography courses in India and other information you can visit nikonschool.in

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