A side note on photography. I am trying to become a better photographer, and I've really, really learned that when you use the manual setting, it is so freakin' important to get lots and lots of light. I've always heard photographers talk about how important light is, and I was always like "What's the big deal with this?!" Well, now I get it. When you don't have good light, you have to use a higher ISO, and that makes the pictures look grainy, which I'm not a fan of. You also need to use a slower shutter speed, which can make the pictures blurry. I know this is, like, super basic knowledge for anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of photography, but I'm new at this! I also bought this ebook, Say No To Auto that is fantastic for newbies like me!
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