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Beginner's guide to DSLR/Mirrorless camera

40 Mins P 2,500 Trial 20 Mins P 1000
tutor_image Rintaro
Photography

So you forked out handsome cash for a quality camera. Do you know what to do? Let a pro help you!


I am bilingual (English & Japanese) so English speakers are welcome!

NOTE:
This lesson is intended for those who own a camera on which you can adjust the followings manually: 




  1. Aperture




  2. Shutter speed 




  3. ISO sensitivity




Other than those, camera format does not matter (i.e., micro four-thirds, mirrorless, full DSLR, etc.). Please also have the instruction manual ready. If you have misplaced it, you can always download a copy from the manufacturer's website.




In this day and age, snapping a picture is just as easy as taking out your phone and tap. So why did you bother buying a camera? Because you care, don’t you?



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What I want to know first is this:




What do you want to capture? 




Something you see on the way to work, lit up by the first light, perhaps? Or maybe your daughter's dance recital is coming up?


 


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Once we got that out of the way, let’s focus on (pun intended!) your camera, and the THREE elements of photography every photographer needs to know.

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(Photos shown here were all taken by me)

If you need more reference, I have my own professional portfolio website so go check it out!
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