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8/13/2015

Point And Shoot Photography Tips - 10 Tips for When a Point and Shoot is Your Only Camera

This is the final tutorial in Andrea Riley’s photography series on getting the most out of your point and shoot camera. You can read the first two tutorials in her series here:

For the first time since I got into photography, I went on a mini vacation without my dSLR.  Last year, we went to Disney, and I only used my point & shoot at the amusement park.  For the rest of the attractions, my dSLR was my camera of choice.   My main reason for leaving my dSLR at home for this year’s vacation was to help remind myself of what situations are very difficult to photograph with a point & shoot and try to determine ways to get around those obstacles. Here are some tips I’ve found helpful for using a point & shoot for the different lighting situations I encountered on our vacation.

See more at - http://www.iheartfaces.com/2013/07/10-tips-for-when-a-point-and-shoot-is-your-only-camera/

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