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For a beginner, it may seem a little overwhelming to pick up a digital camera for the first time. After all, digital cameras are filled with features and options that tend, to at least suggest, they may be complicated. But as with any technology that is relatively new, it is just misdirected fears and assumption. Digital cameras do have one thing in common with their ancient cousin, the film fed camera. Both of them only take a click of a button, and you have a picture. Now is that sweet or what? The difference is, with a digital camera, you can take the shot, see it immediately on a small LCD screen, and then keep it or re-shoot it. Come on, you know that's cool.

Well, here are just a few tips for a beginner, using a digital camera.

1. First, you have to pick out the digital camera that fits your needs, expectations and your pocket book.

2. Make sure you read up on your choice. Get to know all of the options that you have chosen with your camera. Don't just pick it up and wing it.

3. Make sure your batteries are fully charged. The camera operate slower between shots if you don't.

4. Play with your zoom a little. Zoom in and out and so that you will get the feel of the shot before you take it.

5. If you want to maintain maximum life for your memory card, it is best to delete pictures from your camera instead of your personal computer.

6. You can also blur the background in your picture to give more life to the subject you are shooting.

Much of using a digital camera is, learn as you go, practice makes perfect. You will make mistakes, hey, everyone does. Learn from them. Before you know it you will be taking photos like you were a professional. Remember, everyone has to be a beginner at something. Take it slow, prepare yourself, then go catch some priceless moments in time with your digital camera. Before you know it, you will be a master.

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