Photography Tips- Canon 600D DSLR Camera Settings

Canon 600D DSLR Camera Settings

Canon 600D DSLR Camera has a flip screen which makes it ideal for shooting videos and also getting various angles of photos. I always flip the screen out when I am taking flat lay photos or photos of things/people/places taller than me. It gives you a nice view because it can be adjusted to suit your needs.

Canon 600D DSLR Camera Settings

DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. There are various DSLR cameras out there but they give a better image quality than a regular bridge camera or a point and shoot camera. The image you get on a DSLR camera is a true representation of the actual image. DSLR Cameras have mirrors inside that are angled at 45 degrees and this ensures that it captures as much light as possible to give the bets image quality. I believe that’s the main difference between a regular DSLR camera and a regular digital camera. The image you see on the viewfinder on a DSLR camera is a true representation of the image in real life.

Canon 600D DSLR Camera Settings

I use a Canon 50 mm 1.8 Lens for majority of my blog photos. This is the lens that gives crisp photos and a blurry background which many people like. I plan to do a video showing how I shoot my YouTube videos but I will do that once I sort out my sound system. I also have my Kit Lens which came with the Camera and it’s the Canon 18-55 mm F 3.5/5.6 lens.

I am sure you may have heard of ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed at some point if you own any camera or read posts on blog photos. They all control the amount of light that gets into the camera which also determines the image quality you get. There are various settings on each DSLR camera but I would concentrate on the one I have on my Canon 600D.

I need to mention that you don’t have to run out and buy a DSLR camera especially if you only want to use it to blog . I say this because you can get amazing images with other digital cameras.

What are your favourite camera tips?

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