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Staying Creative With Photography: Part 4

How well do you know your camera? Could you say that you’ve photographed using every single feature and function available to you? Even if you nodded your head at that one thing you can do during a creative lull is go back to playing around with your camera. Going back to the basics can be useful and you might discover new features that you’ve never used before or possibly re-discover features that you love. Give yourself some time to learn about your greatest photography asset.

Check out our tip on exploring your camera below!

Play With Functions

Choose a feature on it and use. Watch some videos about the feature. Read a few blog posts, or find the chapter in your book that is related. A new camera function could stem to a whole new way to take photographs. Maybe you like the style more or you want to implement that function more during photoshoots. You’ll never know if you don’t try! When you give yourself time to experiment with random things on your camera, you may find some ideas flowing on what to do next and can break out of your photographer’s block.

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