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hpr2513 :: Why I choose Aperture first

David Whitman encourages you to choose Aperture as the most important setting in setting up your cam

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Hosted by David Whitman on 2018-03-21 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Photography, Cameras, ISO, Aperture, Shutter Speed.
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David Whitman encourages you to choose Aperture as the most important setting in setting up your camera.

Understanding Exposure, 3rd Edition by Bryan Peterson - a good book that is great for learning photography. Duck Duck Go can connect you with a place to buy this book.

David's cache of BAD Photos mostly of Hunt Dogs (some cute girls with dogs too)

Have some fun. Take some photos and do a HPR episode.


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