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Must-Read Tutorials For Those New To Photography

Here's 32 tutorials to help you learn the basics and kick-start your photography journey.

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If you were given a camera as a gift at Christmas or have just decided to treat yourself so you can learn a new skill in 2015, you're probably wondering where to start with your new kit. One of the best ways to improve and learn how to use your new camera is to actually get out and use it but we thought it would also be helpful to have a page where photography beginners can find all of our introductory tutorials in one place. So, below you'll find all our beginner photography tutorials written to-date but do also keep an eye on our techniques and features sections as new tutorials are added regularly. 

 

Learn what basic camera settings can help you freeze movement. 

 

Digital Camera Settings 

 

Learn the basics of aperture. 

 

Understanding Exposure

 

Sunrise

Photo by David Clapp

 

Taking The Shot

 

Photo by David Clapp

 

Seasonal Tutorials 

 

Learn the basics of lighting objects.

Basic Lighting Tips

   

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