Four features you must have on your camera

Old Spitalfields market East London, England

“I turn my camera on, I cut my fingers on the way”

Can’t say I’ve cut my fingers when I’ve turned on my camera as Spoon did in 2005 in a song called, unexpectedly, “I turn my camera on”.

I have, though, been in the embarrassing position of not being able to turn on a feature I was looking for and consequentially lost the moment.

That’s why it’s so important to know how your camera works and what features you need

So, the next in my series on features to have on your camera comes in two sections

4 features you must have on your camera

8 more features to have on your camera

At the end of the series (there’s one more to go), if you haven’t had time to read them all, then you can scroll to the bottom of the last post and get all four in a PDF.

Don’t forget even if you are not in the market for a new piece of kit, these articles apply to your existing camera or even Smartphone.

So, I hope you get something out of these.

Feel free to pass onto anyone you know who may get something out of this.

And why you are feeling free, let me know your thoughts on what else is a challenge for you in marketing and photography?

Just comment below and I’ll get your response straight into my inbox.

OK bye for now and talk to you next time

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