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  1. I just took out my camera this morning thinking I need to figure out how to work it properly and then stumbled across your post! Thanks for the tips! xx

  2. Yay thanks for this post Valerie!
    hehe you basically did all the research for us new photographers. I always have trouble with shutter speed, so the graphic was really easy… I think I might save it to my computer!

  3. I really enjoyed this post! I had no idea what things like aperture and ISO even meant so this post was super informative for beginners like me. Thank you for teaching me some new things 🙂 I’ll definitely have to keep this info in mind the next time I’m using my camera! Btw, how do you like your nikon? When it first came out, I wanted to purchase, but heard a lot of mixed reviews so I didn’t end up getting it.

    1. I know it may be a little confusing at first but I’m glad you found this post very helpful!

      I love my Nikon! I think it’s a great camera for beginners. It’s not just a point-and-shoot and it’s not exactly a DSLR. It’s a hybrid and you can change the lens. It does everything I need a camera to do and the quality is great. I got it for Christmas a few years back and I’m still learning new things!

      Thanks for visiting 🙂

    1. It’s usually for when you’re shooting in manual mode. I know a lot of it is confusing but the more you play around with your camera, the more you learn what works best for you. Thanks for visiting! 🙂

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