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EASYDSLR Digital Photography Course for Beginners (Blue)



EASYDSLR Digital Photography Course for Beginners – Get free tips from course here – http://easydslr.com/easydslrtips.html
Get all the Photo Basics you need to get off AUTO and start taking better Photos with your DSLR. No experience needed – just you and your camera.

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This Post Has 25 Comments

  1. heffy1000

    Wish the opening credits went longer… 🙄

  2. Anam Adnan

    Would my Canon SL1 be sufficient to help me learn this course?

  3. Bonnie Garrison

    Hi all photographers, I am brand new at this camera THINGEEE….I have taken some lessons on a personal level with one teacher only. I am now trying, I repeat TRYING to take a picture of a black sweater on a door handle and turn it to white. The fellow teaching me did it last week and wants me to be able to do it….Never ever thinking of the White Balance on the camera, I DID last night, I have 80 pictures of a black sweater I want to be white, please can anyone help me….Thanks in advance…Bonnie

  4. Gaming Man

    @kendpc hey man I love the video hope to start on my journey soon!!

  5. OCAD Arts

    love your video Ken. For anyone who wants to get formal accreditation for Ken's course contact us:)

  6. cayla jeffrey

    i love photgraphy but my camera has gone missing how can i keep practicing photography plz help

  7. bob hosie

    does it matter if i do not have a cannon? I just bought a Pentax k-30, I love taking pictures of swamps! I'm new to all this DSLR, and I'm anxious to learn. The reason i got the k-30 was, it is weather sealed and i like going into places where a weather sealed camera is a must!
     

  8. Lekha

    Completely an one-stop shop for photography enthusiasts and novices. I use a Nikon D3100, 18-55mm standard kit lens. I feel the clarity of pictures, when zoomed to the highest resolution possible, is destroyed and the outcome totally looks like the ones that are clicked using mobile camera. I'd like to know the manual settings like ISO, shutter speed and aperture values for better quality pics using the kit lens until I get a new 50mm F/1.8D. Thanks in advance.

  9. SLCUT_2000

    I have a canon camera but i dont remember the model. I want being a good photographer with my camera someday.

  10. RaViNgJoNeS

    Okay thank you very much and keep up the great videos

  11. kendpc

    "Let's have FUN" SoundProdigy Guruworkshop from Audiojungle

  12. kendpc

    Canon 5D and Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L lens

  13. kendpc

    I agree – Andy has some great shots 🙂

  14. kendpc

    I am confident you won't be disappointed. I forgot to mention a student of mine (Gold member) bought a Canon 60D before going to Disneyland – he got some amazing shots. You can see some of Andy's shots at the end of the testimonial video I have – easydslrDOTcom/testimonials/andy/ (just copy into browser and change DOT to a .)

  15. kendpc

    Hi, Page 11 of DPreview's thorough review shows you Noise comparisons
    dpreviewDOTcom/reviews/canoneos60D/11
    I hope that helps – I am not going to have time to do a review that's as in depth as DPReview – but I have a lot of experience with the camera and know it takes great shots. I have a lot of examples in my Gallery at my Blog – digitalphotocentralDOTcom/category/galleries/ (replace DOT with .)

  16. kendpc

    I have used the Canon 60D since December 2010 and I find it a great camera. I can't recommend it highly enough for the price range. DPreview.com have done an extensive review (plus a bunch of other sites). If there is anything specific I can answer for you about this camera – I think that would be more useful. Anything specific you want to know?

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