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0 thoughts on “Tips for getting to know a new camera”

  1. Some great advice and oh what a wonderful time you’re going to have in New York with a seriously drool worthy camera. I cannot wait to see your pictures!!

  2. You have a great eye Annie and I think that plays a bg part of great photos, you see things in a way I’m (sadly) not sure I ever will. Mich x

  3. Awesome photos Annie, and great tips too. Have a fab time in New York, can’t wait to see the Instagram pics. xx

  4. I almost choked on m coffee when I read the cost of the camera, you are very lucky to get to try it out and you photos are gorgeous!!!!
    Have a fab time in New York, we are looking to go on a big trip there in a years time.
    I don’t really have any tips but I will be taking on board the tips above.

  5. Beautiful shots – I particularly love the sunflower and blackberries with the amazing resolution. I always shoot manual, never use flash so one of the first things I like checking out is what the camera’s capabilities are in low and very low light.

  6. I LOVE the idea of renting a camera, and what gorgeous results! Hope you’re having fun in NY Mrs! 🙂 x

  7. I LOVE the idea of renting a camera, and what gorgeous results! Hope you’re having fun in NY Mrs! 🙂 x

  8. No advice but OMG THE ENVY. I’d love to borrow a really top-of-the-range camera for a week or so and really PLAY. Having seen your most recent photos it looks as though you really made the most of the opportunity – well done!

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