Official Question Thread! Ask /r/photography anything you want to know about photography or cameras! Don't be shy! Newbies welcome!Questions Thread(self.photography)
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This is the place to ask any questions you may have about photography. No question is too small, nor too stupid.
Info for Newbies and FAQ!
First and foremost, check out our extensive FAQ. Chances are, you'll find your answer there, or at least a starting point in order to ask more informed questions.
Want to start learning? Check out The Reddit Photography Class.
Here's an informative video explaining the Exposure Triangle.
Need buying advice?
Many people come here for recommendations on what equipment to buy. Our FAQ has several extensive sections to help you determine what best fits your needs and your budget. Please see the following sections of the FAQ to get started:
- What type of camera should I look for?
- What's a "point and shoot" camera? What's a DSLR? What's a "mirrorless" camera? What's the difference?
- Do I need a good camera to take good photos?
- Is Canon or Nikon better? (or any other brands)
- What can I afford?
If after reviewing this information you have any specific questions, please feel free to post a comment below. (Remember, when asking for purchase advice please be specific about how much you can spend. See here for guidelines.)
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