Shooting indoor sports action using a fast shutter speed, old, gloomy churches without flash or bright landscapes where you want to slow down the shutter speed to capture movement are just some of the many situations where you will need an extreme ISO to get better results.
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Try these shortcuts to help you work quicker when focusing with your Canon EOS DSLR.
If you have a new digital camera, or if you’re new to digital photography, all those abbreviations on the top dial of your camera might seem a bit confusing. Your top dial is where you will find your camera’s exposure modes.
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If you’re consistently getting blurry shots, even when using a tripod, you are probably experiencing mirror bounce. Find out how to set your camera to avoid this.
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