Using the right camera settings to get the image right at the capture stage will not only save you time later but will also give you a sense of achievement when viewing your images for the first time. Nigel Turner has the story
Some say that the best camera is the one that you happen to have with you when that magical moment in time happens, which to a great degree is often true. But in this day and age of digital cameras, just about anything available on the market is capable of producing excellent results, at least in the right hands. However, no camera ever built has made a poor photographer better just because it costs a small fortune or is coupled with the sharpest lens ever made.
Just looking around the many forums where photographers can post their images for the world to see, it becomes apparent that many of them don’t seem to …
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