I am currently planning on making some beginner photography videos explaining some key things to understanding on how your camera works.
I’ll make a video on going through the settings on your camera
A video on understanding shutter speed
A video understanding F numbers on your lens and more to come.
These videos could take me either a minute to produce or a month as I am working overtime at my job so my apologies now if I can’t roll them out weekly but stay tuned for more to come!
Back when I started doing photography (all be it only two years ago but still) I didn’t have lots of money for a camera, lens, bag and the rest… But I got what I could afford at the time. And when I look back on the stuff I have bought and used, I often think that those things were the best bits of money I’ve ever spent.
Those things taught me a lot about photography and how to use them to there full potential. It also gave me an understanding about being grateful for having the proper equipment and the money to afford that equipment too.
The best things for beginners is stuff like welding glass for ND filters, some string on the neck strap mounting points and standing on it for extra stability, using simple coloured plastic to add effect to some photos. And the possibilities are endless.
All in all, the best things you learn about photography are the things you can do with a little.