Photography for Beginners – Aperture, ISO & Shutter Speed

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There’s no doubt that it takes time, patience and quite a bit of persistence to become a good photographer. Like anything else in life, you kind of have to pay your dues a bit in order to progress on a continual basis. There’s a lot more to taking amazing photographs than simply zooming in on your subject and clicking away like mad. You have to really take time to master the basic, fundamental skills of photography first.

So what are some of the basics that you need to master in order to become good at photography? Well, there are actually quite a few. But to get you moving in the right direction, it’s crucial to master the basic functions of your camera. This photography for beginners video by CamCrunch (www.camcrunch.com) will demonstrate to you how to get a grip on aperture, shutter speed and ISO to progress and become a master photographer in the near future.



We hope that this video has been helpful to you in explaining three of the basic functions of your camera that every budding photographer should be aware of. The great thing about this video is that it applies every bit as much to standard photography as it does to taking macro photographs.

You probably have a lot of people in your life – friends, family members and even co-workers – who ask you about how to use their cameras and how to become a better photographer. And it’s not always possible to give people the hands-on training it takes to become better acquainted with their cameras. However, you can pass along the information from this video to them by simply taking a moment to share this post on your timeline. Your friends will thank you for passing along such valuable information about how to progress and to take more stunning photographs.

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