TUTORIAL: Seven Settings You Need to Know on Your Point-and-Shoot Camera

TUTORIAL: Seven Settings You Need to Know on Your Point-and-Shoot Camera

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Turn off your camera’s flash to take in more light. Instead of the flash, shoot in areas where natural light is most abundant. And, if your camera allows, find the white balance and ISO settings in the menu to make even better use of the natural light available for your shots. (Note: A higher ISO should be used for less light and a lower ISO should be used when there’s more light available.)


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