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5 More Canon DSLR tips for beginners (that you may have missed)

Get even more from your Canon DSLR with these 5 cool camera tips for beginners. FREE PHOTOGRAPHY TIP SHEETS ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️

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  1. Hope all you Canon users enjoy the video and find the tips useful – thanks for watching and supporting, please like and share to help my channel grow. Paul @ Photo Genius 😀 📷 👍

  2. This was fabulous, What a huge help. I have so much more to learn, but this was great. Do you have any videos with regards to vocabulary or "photo lingo". As a beginner, I've been flipping to google everytime I hear a new term? Just curious. I love your videos better than any others because you explain things so easily to understand. Thank you

  3. As usual, another great photo lesson. Have had my SL1 for a few years and you're showing me tips I never knew. Quite a few "duh" moments. BTW, love the WHO mug!!!

  4. Great Tutorial of how to use my Canon T7. Its been sitting in its case for 6 months because I was to intimidated to pull it out and use it. But now a whole new world has opened up thanks to you. Much Thanks!

  5. Any canon help is much appreciated as a newbie here.

    Canon eos 4000d. Please if doing beginners stuff add me .

    As your tutorials are so easy to understand and great .

    Cheers chelsea lee

  6. I have a method where I ffg format my card January 1st. I take photos up till Easter. Then in Msy. O archive all those photos in a folder marked Jan 2st ' April 31st 2020. Then format my card fresh again for late Spring through the end of Summer. I format again on August 1st. I consider that the downward to Fall and prepare for Back to School and Halloween.

  7. Dont forget to spin the wheel on top right to skip 10 photos at a time as well. If you remember about what other photos you took around that time. Once you think you're close. Then hit the button to pan out yo showing a grid of multiple photos at once.

  8. I've been thinking about getting my first Canon mirrorless camera. Your videos are incredibly helpful in knowing what I'll be getting so that I can make an informed purchase. Thank you for the great videos!! Greetings from India!! 🙂

    PS. I really love the way you smile. Brings a smile on my face too!! 😀

  9. Great advice and tips thank you! My daughter bought me this last week for my big 50 as I’m always taking photos on my phone .. I love taking photos! Would you recommend joining a local photography group? I’m going out now to take lighthouse shots 🤞🏻

  10. Hi I've just found you and dug out my Canon from 2011…ive never used it. Do you have a recommendation for how to start with your videos? Just watch them in any order or start somewhere specific?

  11. hello paul..i love photography but honestly i wasnt that good,and i was recently given the canon what a camera, i was able to look at things in a totally different way..But i have to thank you for all your tips and tricks,and i can honestly say within a few days ive managed to do some really great shots.So thank you again from this newbie..

  12. Paul, you are an excellent teacher. You videos are very well structured, clear and easy to follow. While it's a good idea to read the manuals that come with a camera, an excellent video such as yours beats reading those dry and often baffling manuals!

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