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Getting started in the world of photography does not have to be as scary or intimidating as it sounds. I am going to discuss things a beginner will need to know to get started taking photos today. Photography is the art, science, and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material or electronically by means of an image sensor. I know that's a mouthful, but basically it means, using light to record an image.

There  are a few things a beginning photographer can do to get in the groove and become more comfortable taking quality images. I suggest a DLSR type camera. DLSR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. In layman's terms, DLSR is a digital camera that uses mirrors to direct light from the lens to the viewfinder. I talk about DLSR cameras because in my opinion these are the easiest camera for a beginner to learn on. These type of  camera's offer lots of options and take quality photographs even for a beginner. Take proper care and try to handle your camera gently so it functions correctly. Keeping your camera with you at all times is good practice, you never really know when the next great shot is going to present itself. Also experiment with your camera settings. Get to know them so you get the shot you want. Also learn the basic rules of photography. There is tons of info online to educate yourself with and should be utilized in your studies of photography.

Photography is a very fun hobby and one that can give you years of enjoyment.  Use these basic steps and you too will be taking photos like a pro in no time at all.  

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Beautiful wedding dress photo, quality and craftsmanship is never compromised. Look carefully at this gorgeous dress, how this photo is wonderfully taken.

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