Demystify your DSLR Camera

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If you are lucky enough to own a DLSR camera are you confident in using it to the max?

Would you like to know:

  • What all those buttons and dials do?
  • The things that will REALLY make a difference to the types of photos that you are getting…
  • The reasons why your photos just aren’t as good as you though they should be…

Well here’s your chance!

Next Tuesday evening at 8pm EST I’m holding a live, free training online to help you “Demystify your DSLR.”  Check out the video below for all the details for this basic DSLR training.

Sign up here to reserve your spot: http://getoutofauto.com/webinar/

Look forward to seeing you on the webinar!

Ingrid

P.S: Even you think you can’t make it on Tuesday, sign up anyways and I can send you the recording.

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  • http://www.ndbreviews.com John mark

    i have been using a DSLR camera for a quite a long time and i can say that they are the best camera’s made so far. Specially with my Canon ef lens the pictures appear as magic. Wonderful creation

    • https://plus.google.com/101862703520953230052 Ingrid

      Always keep your ISO as LOW as you can Sola :)

  • sola

    All things been equal, is it better to always use a higher or lower ISO setting?