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Capturing the Moment: 5 Must-Watch YouTube Videos for Learning Photography Basics

  1. "Photography Basics: Understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO" by Tony & Chelsea Northrup - This comprehensive video covers the fundamental concepts of photography, including aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, in an easy-to-understand manner. The video also includes practical examples and visual demonstrations to help learners grasp these essential concepts.


  1. "Understanding Exposure - The Exposure Triangle" by Mark Wallace - This video is a great starting point for beginners who want to understand the basics of exposure in photography. It explains the relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, and how they affect the exposure of an image. The video also includes practical tips and techniques for getting well-exposed photos.


  1. "Photography 101: Composition - The Basics of Photography" by B&H Photo Video - Composition is a critical aspect of photography, and this video provides essential tips for composing visually appealing images. From the rule of thirds to leading lines, this video covers various composition techniques that can help improve your photography skills.


  1. "What Lens Should You Buy" by Mango Street - This video provides a beginner-friendly guide to understanding camera lenses, including focal length, aperture, and lens types. It also explains how different lenses can affect the perspective and depth of field in your photos, making it a useful resource for anyone looking to expand their lens collection.


  1. "10 Lightroom Tips You Should Know" by Peter McKinnon - Editing is an essential part of modern photography, and this video provides a beginner-friendly introduction to editing in Adobe Lightroom. It covers basic editing techniques, as well as tips for organizing and managing your photo library in Lightroom.


Note: As the availability of videos on YouTube may change over time, it's always recommended to verify that the videos are still available and relevant before accessing them for learning purposes.



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