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A digital camera is not hard to use; anyone, with some guidance, can learn to use it. However, to get great photographs you need to know a little more.

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Most digital cameras drain power. That is why it is always advisable to have a standby battery at hand when you go out on long shoots.

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Camera straps or bags are essential accessories for an outdoor trip.

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Most of the common mistakes in digital photography happen because the user is not familiar with the technology that makes digital cameras work.

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A digital camera is incomplete unless it includes basic accessories like memory card, rechargeable battery, soft camera bag, tripod, filters, lens cleaning kit and external flash.

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Digital cameras may have made photography easier but they have also introduced a new terminology which is quite confusing.

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Digital camera memory

By Charles Hopkins | Published 07/6/2006 | Arts and Culture |

The digital camera memory is an electronic card that is used to store images in a digital format. The process is relatively simple.

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Digital cameras are a boon for the environment. They neither use films like the conventional cameras nor do they use harmful chemicals to develop the film.

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Digital photography has opened doors for image manipulation. It is very easy to change the hue or adjust the brightness of the image using Photoshop in the computer.

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The function of a flash is to provide extra light especially when you are shooting in the dark.

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