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Today's cameras put an amazing amount of power in the hands of amateur photographers, but it's not always easy to make use of it. All those buttons, dials, and settings can be pretty intimidating. In this workshop, expert photographer Joseph Linaschke helps you understand what's going on inside your camera, explaining fundamentals like what an aperture is and how shutter speed works. Learn basics such as how to hold the camera, what various modes mean and when to use them, and even how and when to use the camera's flash. There's also creative instruction to guide you towards becoming a better photographer. As you become more comfortable with your gear, you'll find that many new creative possibilities open up for you and the quality of your photography improves.
Part of getting a sharp picture is of course, focusing the camera correctly. However, the other part of it is holding the camera steady. If you're trying to take a picture and it's constantly moving, it's never going to be sharp. So you need to make sure that you hold that camera as rock-solid as possible. Now over this section, we're going to talk about a couple of different ways to hold that camera steady. Both from how you physically hold the camera when you're standing, also when you're sitting. And then were going to introduce some other devices that you can use to help stabalize the camera. From as advanced as a tripod, down to simple things, like a water glass. So let's have a look at a few different ways, to keep our camera rock solid, while we're taking our pictures.
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