Learn Digital Photography…find Out Just What You Can Learn

By: DanFeildman

The photography school teaches you all the technical aspects of digital photography. The circuit, the shutter, the flash and on and on and on the battery you have to use. The charger associated with itthen the history of photography. So if you have decided to take just photographs, good ones it is not necessary that you should enroll to learn the History or Geography of the art. You want pizza you just get the instant base or you make the dough.., you don’t go to sow the seed for the wheatcultivateharvest.then powder itthen refine it. Culture the yeast. Extract olive oil.., you see it is something like that. Everyone need not know the technical stuff.

Well it is a good idea to start a profession associated with photography. There are many employment options for the same. The user manual is the best place to start to learn the how to points about digital photography if you are not interested in a photography school, but are getting to become a good photographer. Online tutorials are also another option.

I have just taken a picture, it is simply lost. I searched all the folders it is not there! To avoid such a situation gives a friendly hi to the efficient user and get him to teach you all the basic keys in the book. If you are not interested in going through that small fat book called the user manual be modest enough to ask how and where to an experienced photographer. Remember, no question is a stupid question. You can be point blank with your confusion, I took the picture, I clicked the button, but the picture it is not there. You might have not opened the shutter, you could have clicked the wrong button and many more things are likely to have happened. So better be point blank to the experienced user. Anybody will be happy to teach you the basics if you are allergic to tutorials.

Well think what you are going to shoot. You can shoot your car garage, the lawnmower, the roof, the oven, the flower vase, you puppy. The world is full of living and nonliving models. In God’s creation there are no copyright issues! Alas! But some still claimbut you go ahead with shooting whatever you feel.

Transfer your images in the computer; put them in a separate folder. Some digital images or videos may require certain conversion softwares. Download those softwares and keep your images ready to view. You can add them to your web page, you can use them in your desk top or whatever. You can even your images to create greeting cards. There are many free version of greeting card softwares, which allow you to use your images and text to create a greeting card!

Any image has many things in it. A single image is not formed by a single color or a single combination. There are many unnoticed master pieces that get clicked when you shoot an image. You may have not had an ear ring, but the light effect might seem as though you have one. The admiration factor decides the value that is added to the photograph. The recipient or the viewer’s creative sense will better determine the quality of any photograph taken.

Learning digital photography is a matter of passion and fashion. Who knows you may become a great photographer with the turn of time and some experience. So, give it a kick start. Even otherwise learning digital photograph is no waste; you may shoot the first step your infant takes, her first frock, and her first birthday. I think such a photograph should mean a million dollars that can cherish your days when you are old enough.

Digital photography made easy

Duncan Butcher is a freelance photographer based in Bourke in outback NSW.
Due to the overwhelming interest in this area Mr Butcher will be holding a digital photography course on Sunday May 18 at the Nyngan RSL Club.

Mr Butcher specialises in unique Australian landscape photography that captures the ‘spirit and feel of outback Australia’.

The course is aimed to give a basic overview of digital camera photography, terminology, and everyday usage. While there are some ‘technical’ aspects of the class, the basic aim of the course is to get you out and about taking better photos with your digital camera in everyday situations.
The class will include basic (non-brand specific) camera usage, photographic composition and basic computer editing, with follow-up advanced courses. The course is aimed at the ‘beginner’ who is getting to know their camera and wants to improve and maximise what their camera can do.

While he has a class outline, Mr Butcher encourages participants to contact him in regards to specific aspects they want covered in the class. Please email him at or call 0429 429 060 prior to the class with anything you specifically wish to address in this introductory class.

Classes are filling fast with only minimum numbers left, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from one of our finest commercial photographers.

For bookings please refer to the classified ad or phone Natasha at Frame By Frame on 0438 322 923.


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I took this picture of an innocent female moneky at Khandgiri Hills near Bhuvaneshwar, India. Camera: Nikon Powershot 540

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M.S. Chavan