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24-01-13, 12:27 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Sounds like you're lacking a little bit of confidence and knowledge of the basics, so my suggestion would be to enrol on a beginners course. You should find one locally, but be sure to check their testimonials and for reviews on their courses before you book, as some are better than others.
I'm not sure whereabouts you're based, else I maybe able to give you some personal recommendations.
In the meantime, have a read up about the relationships between aperture, shutterspeed and ISO to see how each will effect the photograph you're about to capture and progress on from there. The other thing is to go out and use your camera and see what happens. Try the 'P' setting for starters, rather than Auto and don't be frightened to experiment. The main thing is to review your shots and learn from your mistakes and successes.
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