How to shoot...

This part of the guide will instruct you on how to utilize what you've previously learned on the Basics page. Now we will take your newly gained knowledge of the hardware of a professional camera and you will learn to program your device with the proper settings to achieve the images you desire.

The photo above was taken with the camera in "aperture priority" with an f-stop of f2 and an automatic corresponding shutter speed.
The photo above was taken with a telephoto zoom lens at 300mm.

NOTE: There are other settings that can be customized within the camera such as flash strength, bracketing, and white balance, but the camera automatically sets these for the photographer in accordance to the main settings that are chosen. They are not a necessity for beginner photography.

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