Tuesday, August 31, 2010
This article explains a few things about Digital Cameras, and if you're interested, then this is worth reading, because you can never tell what you don't know.
All cameras come with an owners manual, but so few people take the time to read it. Once they get past the basic operations, they get anxious to go out and try the camera. Maybe all the new terms are confusing or practiced seems like too much information to digest. This is understandable, but by not reading the entire manual, you limit yourself and many cool features of your camera are never used. Hopefully you will find the following suggestions helpful in acceptance the most from your digital camera.
After your first overview of the features your camera possesses, decide what you would like to explore the markedly. Pick only one special feature. Read the instructions on what this feature can do and how to use it. Don’t worry if it isn’t completely clear, that will come in time.
Now the fun part. Take your camera and start using this special feature.
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Try all the different settings within this one feature. See how your pictures change. Explore what this feature does. Don’t stop until you know this feature inside and out and don’t go onto the next feature until you have thoroughly explored this one.
When you are satisfied you know the ins and outs of one special feature, return to the owner’s manual and pick another special feature you would like to learn. Repeat the above process with this feature, only returning to the manual when you are satisfied you have mastered the new skill.
By working through the owner’s manual in this way, you will find it isn’t so overwhelming. The hands - on doing of each skill will help you take course it thoroughly. When you have covered all the cool things your camera will do, push out and enjoy them all. You will be joyous you took the interval to become friends with this wonderful creation.
So now you know a little bit about Digital Cameras. Even if you don't know everything, you've done something worthwhile: you've expanded your knowledge.