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New to DSLR? Shoot your travel photos easier using the Program 'P' mode

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New to DSLR? Shoot your travel photos easier using the Program 'P' mode

Once only popular with professional photographers, the digital single lens reflex (DSLR) cameras are now increasingly common. This is especially in travel photography when people need clear and high quality photos to document their travel. But if you're a beginner in DSLR who just can't figure out how to use all those buttons and wheels, the Auto mode seems to be the best (and only) way.

For a novice photographer, being in Auto mode is a good thing, especially when you are not ready to go into full manual mode just yet. But the more you use your camera, the more you will want to get a bit of control. This is where the "P" mode comes in.

Not only is the "P" mode easier (and more relaxing) to shoot than in manual, it makes it easy for a beginner photographer to get behind the camera - particularly when he quickly needs to capture a special moment.

In this tutorial video, Marius van der Westhuizen of MWest Photography covers the basic fundamental principles of shooting in the "P" mode with both a bridge camera and a DSLR.






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