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Many photographers have the impression that wide-angle lenses produce a different perspective from, say, telephoto lenses. But in fact lens focal length has no influence upon perspective as such; instead the perspective changes as the camera position or viewpoint changes.

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There have been significant advances in autofocus technologies in the past few years. Here we look at some of the systems camera manufacturers have developed to improve autofocusing performance.

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When you take a picture, you’re juggling three camera settings: the lens aperture, the shutter speed and the ISO setting. You may also need to adjust white balance (which controls colour rendition).

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Serious photographers usually prefer working with the A, S and M shooting modes because they provide full control over exposures. They also allow full access to all camera settings (except exposure compensation in M mode). Each shooting mode is useful in different situations.

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