Digital Photography Tips - Lesson 1

Thanks for joining me for this mini course on Digital Photography, it's great to have you on board.

Today we'll get right into it and look at camera selection, after all, if you have the wrong camera it's going to be very difficult to take the kind of shots you want to achieve...

First of all, it's obvious that you need a fully adjustable digital camera, and not one of the automatic, set and forget types that you'll find at your local drug store or low end camera store.

Having control of every facet of your camera is vital if you are going to take professional shots. After all, you don't see professional photographers using something like a Kodak EasyShare LS633 to shoot somebody's wedding, do you?

Now I've got nothing against the LS633, it's a fine little camera that's perfect for taking holiday snaps of the kids and general picture taking on the run.

But it's NOT the sort of camera you would use to take somebody's wedding photographs and if you are serious, you'll set your sights a little higher than this style of camera.

So, what do we suggest as a good entry level digital camera for the serious photographer?

Well in the buyers guide that comes with Sydney Pix's Photography Course, we give you our top 3 recommendations for all budgets.

But for now, I can tell you that the best entry level camera we've tested that has most of the features you need at a great price is the Fuji FinePix S9000.

For a review and more information about this great little digital camera, visit this page.

Now the S9000 is an inexpensive camera that will do most of what you want to do, but it's by no means the ultimate.

If you'd like to see our top picks, based on years of in-the-trenches use and real world photography, the Bonus ebook "The No Frills, Bottom Line Guide To Buying The Perfect Digital Camera For You…" that comes with David Pix's Advanced Digital Photography Course will give you all the information you need to know to make the right choice for your own personal situation and needs.

Anyhow, I hope this first lesson has helped you to get started with the right digital camera for your needs.

Don't miss tomorrow's lesson where we'll look at how to take great portrait shots in three easy steps.

Until then,


P.S. And don't forget, if you're one of the first 25 people to grab a copy of David Pix's brand new Advanced Digital Photography Course which covers everything you need to know to take great photos any time you want to, you'll get a $200 discount of the regular price. But hurry, this special price won't last long...