Understanding how your DSLR sees the world will help you take pictures that match your vision
The truth is, great photographers understand that it's impossible to duplicate human vision with a camera and plan their images accordingly without feeling frustrated by the inability to duplicate the color, contrast or depth their eyes see.
Get a new perspective to make your photos stand out
By Bob Krist
It's the kind of challenge I get more and more frequently in these tight economic times.
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