Tips of the Month – June!

Make mistakes, then learn from them. One of the best ways to improve your photography is get out there and take pictures. When things go wrong, you can learn from your mistakes!

Prevent blurry pictures by matching your shutter speed to the lens focal length. For example if you are using a 200mm telephoto you minimum shutter speed should be 1/200th of a second, for a 60mm lens it should be 1/60th of a second.

If you have any photography questions be sure to send them in. I’ll be glad to answer, or if I don’t know I will do my best to find out. Write me at photodogjackson@carolina.rr.com.

Mormon Row Barn at Grand Teton National Park.

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