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Home > Education, Elsewhere, Photos, Shared Items > Noted: How to Master Your DLSR in One Afternoon a Beginner’s Guide via Digital Photography School

Noted: How to Master Your DLSR in One Afternoon a Beginner’s Guide via Digital Photography School

July 27th, 2014

How to Master Your DLSR in One Afternoon a Beginner’s Guide via Digital Photography School

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As the Editor-in-Chief of CLARITY, I believe that photography is one of the most unique forms of visual art. As a photographer, you must possess an ability to express yourself visually and also be technically proficient with the tools of your craft.

Thankfully, the technology is relatively simple to understand. Given a small amount of time, anyone can master the mechanics of their DSLR very quickly. I’m referring to the technical side of photography, or more specifically, how to use your camera.

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