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One-Day Photo Camp Review References

Thanks to everyone for hanging in there for our whirlwind photo class today.

I've attached references to some of the things we talked about in links posted here.  Take a look at the Pinterest board below, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions. There are plenty more similar references on my Pinterest page.

To start, here's the answer to the question I was not able to answer on the spot about Tara and Viviana's Nikon D3100 in M (Manual) Mode.  In order to change apertures, hold down the +/- button which is just under the shutter button to the right, then use the dial on the back to change f-stops. Take a look at this video beginning at the 8:45 point to hear and see exactly how to do it.

Follow Fotograf's board Basic Photography Camp on Pinterest.

Video Clips (there are a lot more videos on my YouTube Channel)

Mike Browne's YouTube Channel

As I said, you could very easily learn photography free online.  On the sidebars to the right, there are several links of all sorts including tutorials, free ebooks and even full free college courses.  As I said, don't be a slave to gear and buying the flashiest camera money can buy.  The best way to improve your photography is by simply taking a lot of photos, making mistakes and learning from them.