- Using a viewfinder camera (borrow one if you have to!) take a series of shots varying in
range from about 3 metres away to as close as you can focus the camera.
- Do one series of shots in portrait mode, and one in landscape.
- Do one series without using any parallax correction, and one series with.
Compare the results. Did the parallax correction remove all the parallax error, or just
some of it?
- Read your camera's instruction manual, looking especially at the pages concerning
exposure. Learn how to use these modes by finding a subject and take some shots using each
of your camera's exposure modes.
Read your camera's instruction manual,
looking especially at the pages concerning focusing. Take a series of photographs using
both manual and automatic focusing. Can you spot any difference in the sharpness in your
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