I've always considered it the "photographer's eye" for a point and shoot camera. I bought a Canon Rebel XTi some time back (I was giddy when this one first came out). I have two lenses. Normally, I would do everything in auto,but this time I am starting to get inspired so I'm working more and more by playing with the settings.
I can play with the body settings for a good photo, but I'm too nervous to attempt switching that little button from auto to manual on the lens. Truth be told, I have a visual impairment so only use of one eye and since I can't see 3-D stuff, I just get too nervous to attempt whatever the camera lens might give...not to mention looking through the view finder...I don't see the blurs that end up on the photo later...a friend that is somewhat a photographer told me that my photos aren't really "mine" until I put both body and lens in manual mode...
I guess I'm asking if there's truth to that. If the photo isn't fully my work unless I put the lens in manual mode too.
Answer by justanotherjen at 3:46 AM on Mar. 9, 2011
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