How To Use a DSLR Camera

How To Use a DSLR Camera - Photography, SLR Camera, Mode On a DSLR Camera

How To Use a DSLR Camera

I think needs to be known by a novice photographer

Don’t waste time to browsing here and there only to find information about how to use a DSLR camera, because on this article you can get basic tips of photography that I think needs to be known by a novice photographer / hobbist (new study).

Photography

Photography comes from the Photo (Light) and Graphia (writing / drawing), so it can be interpreted that photography is a technique of drawing with light. On this basis, it is clear that light plays an important role and become a major source of acquiring images.

SLR Camera

SLR (Single Lens Reflex) or D-SLR (Digital) is a camera with a viewfinder which gives the images according to the view point of the lens through the reflection mirror located behind the lens. In general, has the look of a regular camera viewfinder is different from the viewpoint of the lens for the viewfinder are not in line with the viewpoint of the lens.

Mode On a DSLR Camera

Each camera has a term each-one for setting modes . The following are using setting on Nikon D70.

On the Nikon D70 camera has 11 shooting modes :

1. M = Full Manual (In this mode the camera is fully manual settings , good shutter speed , aperture , ISO , etc).

2. A = Aperture Priority (In this mode the aperture can be adjusted in accordance with the will , but the shutter speed will automatically compensate the light in accordance with the needs of a large aperture).

3. S = Shutter Priority (In this mode the shutter speed can be set according to the will , but the aperture will automatically compensate for the light to suit the needs of the shutter speed).

4. P = Program (In this mode both the aperture and shutter speed will be calculated automatically according to the needs of light, it’s just that in this mode the exposure level can be adjusted in accordance with the will).

5. Auto (Auto mode is a mode where the camera will be a full set of all needs setting , in other words in this fashion photographer living “snap” course).

6. Portrait (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of portrait (photo humans), such as the use of tonal colors for skin tone , etc).

7. Landscape (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of landscape photos (landscape), as a more vivid color tone, or so forth).

8. Macro (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of macro photos (close distance , so objects appear larger), such as adjustable focus lens).

9. Moving Object (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of shooting a moving object, so it will be faster focusing lens moves to adjust to the movement of the object).

10. Night Landscape (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of landscape photos at night).

11. Night Portrait (This mode is a bifurcation of full auto mode, but more adapted to the needs of portrait photos night or low light).

If you want to khow how to use a DSLR camera, then all the above settings must be controlled, so that it can optimize it to get a quality snapshot pictures.

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