When I was new to the DSLR world, I basically just used my Canon EOS1000D as a point-and-click camera. My DSLR had pre-set settings that made it easier to take pictures without having to worry about ISO, shutter speed, and other terms that were alien to me. But then, I started feeling guilty about decimating my savings and not putting it in full use. So I started to tinker with the camera, and lo and behold! I learned to really love it. If you have a DSLR that you’re just beginning to use, here are some tips to fully enjoy the gadget.
The key to being at home with your DSLR is to experiment with it. Read the manual. Tinker with every setting and option that you have. Do not worry; most DSLR cameras out now have a simple one-button option to restore your settings to default or original.