George Mosher of Andover, MA – An Introduction to DSLR Cameras

George Mosher Andover MA is an avid fan of photography.Today, digital SLR cameras are available in virtually every price range and are becoming more and more popular. Most people know that SLR stands for single lens reflex, meaning that the camera uses a complex set of mirrors to provide viewing of an image through the same lens that takes the picture.

DSLR cameras stand out in the photography world for a number of reasons.

The image that you can view on the screen is almost identical to the final picture. With many other cameras, photographers have to look through a tiny window and examine a miniature version of the subject or wonder if the image is in focus. While LCD screens on the back of cheap point-and-shoot cameras do a similar job, the LCD may be difficult to view in the bright light and is usually very small. Digital SLR cameras come with a viewfinder that closely replicates the image from the sensor and is bigger and brighter compared to the images offered by LCD screens of point-and-shoot cameras.

A DSLR also provides photographers with an almost instant response to the pressed trigger. There’s no need to press the shutter release and then wait a few seconds for the camera to take a shot. DSLR cameras can shoot as fast as the photographer can press the button.

DSLRs also give photographers freedom when it comes to different lenses. It is possible for a photographer like George Mosher Andover  MA to go from an all-purpose lens to a close-up lens to a super-wide angle lens all with one camera.

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About George Mosher Andover MA

George Mosher of Andover, MA has had the opportunity to take a photography trip to Greece, and like other photographers visiting this country, learned some important steps to make the trip a successful one. Flash photography is not allowed in Greece’s ancient buildings and museums, and is completely banned in some, like the Acropolis. Photographers shooting the landscape need to beware of the haziness that often obscures Greece’s horizon due to high heat.
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