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Not sure were i can learn to use my slr cam

Only know how to yous it on auto mode

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Most camera manufacturers have a training DVD advertised on their websites. These DVD's are excellent as they teach you about the manual use of the camera. Google Canon and look at their products.

The previous suggestion of a camera Club is a good one.

Good luck

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There are a number of ways you can get to know how to use your camera (apart from reading the manual of course!). A quick Google on the web brought up some examples:

http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/got-a-digital-camera-for-christmas-learn-how-to-use-it-here/

http://www.digicamworkshops.com provide 'how-to' workshops around the country

Your local further education college may run courses (that's the route I took)

or there may be a camera club locally to you (your local library may have details about this) where new members are welcomed and encouraged

Just a few ideas - good luck!

Andy

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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