Choosing Your First Digital SLRWe sometimes get asked about what to consider when buying your first Digital SLR (dSLR) camera, so here are some tips on what to look for, and questions to ask yourself.
Some people decide to start looking into dSLR cameras because they have started to feel limited by point and shoot digital cameras.
Buying a Tripod for Your Digital SLR Camera
So, you've finally found the digital SLR camera that's right for you. If you're serious about producing high-quality photographs, you're going to need more than just the camera. Even if you have the steadiest hands in the world, you're going to run across situations where additional stability is needed; otherwise, you'll end up with a bumper crop of blurry photos.
Very soon we are planning to launch some evening photography courses in London. Starting from an easily accessible central London location, they are conveniently timed to allow you to work on your low light photography.
Cities provide endless photographic opportunity, the trick is to see the potential and capture it.
Most of us travel through urban landscapes every day, but often the journey becomes an introverted routine, our gaze only captured by mundane cues, such as train announcements and road signs.
Next time you make a journey, even if it's your daily commute, take your camera along and try our some of these urban photography tips.
You have read the reviews, believed the hype and bought a Digital SLR.
It can be a both a little daunting and disappointing when you first start taking photos. You may even start to wonder if it was worth shelling out for the new kit, especially if your compact was giving you better results in some cases.
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