What to do after buying DSLR Camera

More people are buying DSLR cameras and as those are affordable now.  Though there may be reason such as you can afford the camera but has no reason or talent or interest to pursue the new hobby.  This post and series is not for the people who can just afford it. It is for those people who have passion for creating art or of some commercial value.

I am going to write a series for the people who are new to DSLR camera. Let’s begin!!

You got your DSLR camera and exploring what it can do for you.  Your exposure to point and shoot cameras propels you click the pictures right away after unpacking the box. You take some pix and load them to your laptop and begin to view. Are you impressed? No, absolutely no. The pix look not so good as compared to point and shoot results. You go back to the sites where you read the reviews and begin to wonder why those samples look better and your photos look dull.  You go back to your camera and put the camera to auto mode and click some pix. Now they look better.  But that is the not point for buying and expensive DSLR.  It is time to do some serious research into camera and its technology.

The very first thing you have to do , is to attend a DSLR basics class in your city. Nikon has great setup with Nikon School which arranges DSLR classes almost in all big cities around the world. It does not cost much money.  In my city it costed me $9 for 5-6 hour long class. It exposes you to technology and your new camera. You are half ready now.

It will take at least one year to get rightly accustomed to your DSLR Camera. As they say, the first 10,000 images are always crap. But as you move forward, you gain a lot and produce better images.

The cliché is to click great photo every time not occasionally.

If you are new to DSLR Camera, Please attend a DSLR Basics Class or see some related videos on Youtube.

Will write next part soon!!!

 

 

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