DSLR cameras typically do a very good job capturing a good exposure but in order to take creative control of your camera you need to take it off automatic. Using the semi-automatic modes such as Aperture Priority (A/Av) and Shutter Priority (S/Tv) will quickly give you a great deal of control over your camera and photography.
Aperture Priority will help you to control the amount of light entering the camera as well as your depth of field (the amount of foreground and background in focus/blurred background). Aperture priority is often used in portrait and landscape photography.
Shutter Priority will help you to control the amount of light entering the camera as well as freezing motion or allowing the camera to show motion in the photograph. Shutter Priority is often used in sports photography, low light and night photography.
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