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Basic photography settings for beginners | ISO Aperture shutter speed | Canon EOS 250D

Ready to learn Manual mode on your camera? Basic photography settings for beginners and ISO Aperture and shutter speed explained!

I have been receiving a few DM’s from you guys asking about these basic photography settings so I put myself in the shoes of a beginner and remember how hard it was for me to get used to all of these settings and wanted a clear explanation.

In this video you will learn how to make the whole image in focus and also learn to get the blurry background in the image and how not to destroy your image with ISO.

I’m using the canon EOS 250D/SL3 for this basic photography settings video but these rules will apply to all cameras!

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