Examining the Differences Between Manual Mode and the Auto Modes – Free Quick Guide

In the thrilling days of yesteryear, everything was manual, from cameras to cars.

We learned manually and did fine. It was what we knew.

It remains valuable to learn to operate any camera in the Manual Mode, but it isn’t, nor should it be mandatory.

The auto modes have their purpose. In fact, each auto mode is specifically designed to help a photographer achieve various types of images with ease and confidence.

A significant number of photographers work only in Manual mode. Many photographers on blogs and Internet forums insist that you must shoot in Manual mode. They will attempt to twist your arm to force you to “use only manual, or you are not artistic.”

This mindset simply isn’t accurate.

Today, you can take a 5-minute read and instantly understand why you should choose the shooting mode based upon the situation and not because of peer pressure or a lack of understanding.

Let’s start right now!

Get your guide here.

Photo Credit: Chuck Haacker

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