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Instead of the advice of photography professionals, instructors and experts, (who are excellent sources of information), Panasonic decided to ask a large sample of beginner and amateur photographers what mistakes they make most often. The findings create an instructive checklist you can use to highlight the mistakes you make. Once you’ve evaluated yourself against the survey participants, you’ll then have a nice action plan of photography techniques you know need improvement. Focus on these to learn and practice.
1. Panasonic’s survey found that 35.2% of respondents said they have forgotten to check their camera’s batteries frequently, and experienced a loss of power. Battery capacity, as measured in the number of frames either as RAW or JPEG files, is an important specification to consider when buying a digital camera. If you don’t know the limit of your camera’s batteries, then here is another good reason to read your manual.
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