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First, a quick quiz:
Which photo was taken with a standard point-and-shoot camera and which was taken with a mid-range DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera?
Taking great photos is about much more than just the kind of camera you have. Many point-and-shoot cameras available on the market today are capable of taking wonderful photos. So, be sure you are using your current camera correctly with the proper settings, composition and lighting before you run out and spend hundreds of dollars on a new camera!
The three most important settings to look for and learn how to use in a point-and-shoot:
Macro capability (tulip icon)
EV / exposure value compensation (+ / -)
Custom white balance
Oh yes. I bet you're wondering about the answer to my question, right?
The top photo was taken with a Canon Rebel XSi DSLR with a 60mm macro lens and the bottom photo was taken with a Samsung S630 with the macro setting selected.
So tell us: What kind of camera do you have? Leave a comment and let us know!