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Taking good photos with a cheap camera! (Canon 750D)

Feedback is appreciated!

(This is not a video on how to take good photos, in general, this is more camera-specific) – I will do another video on that in the future!

These are just a few basic tips for people using this camera specifically, although this will apply to cameras of a similar price and any of the sub £400/500 Canon DSLRs as they all share these common factors I discussed within the video.

Lenses I would recommend you are on a budget:

Sigma 35MM F1.4 (EF)
Canon 50MM F1.8

Canon 24-70 F2.8 (EF) – If you got the bread, get this. You probably won’t need anything else for a while.

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  1. here's my advice: Don't buy this camera. I have it and I hate it. 4 years of hating almost every shot I made with this. The term entry level is misleading. The entrance would be:
    "I want a camera." There you have it.
    The next step though: "I want tot ake good photos with it". – Oh Bummer, buy something else.

    Seriously peoply, it takes ok photos, but you have to put in a lot of postprocessing work, and the fact thta you start off with bad data upfront, makes it even more sad. you can only improve the images so much, but they will never look great.

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