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Vama 31 May in  Photography Classes, Landscape Photography(Photography Classes), Candid Photography(Photography Classes), Basics of Photography(Photography Classes)

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Antsconsulting replied | 19 Jun

Hai Vama.. We charge 15,000/- for the whole course of 192 hours which include workshops and outdoor sessions. You will be getting the certificate after completion of the course. Kindly contact us for more details.

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Ajay replied | 21 Jun

Hey....!!! do not go for the minimum, specially if you are talking about professionalism....!!! How can you force your clients to pay more even if you are looking for minimum ones...!!!
Our photography course is Rs.50,000/- for 3 months where we emphasize on practicals more than theory and it covers Fashion, Product and Candid Weddings.

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Satyendra 07 Jun in  Photography Classes, Basics of Photography(Photography Classes)

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Vikram replied | 21 Jun

Yes.. you can learn. If you are really interested you can learn by following the online videos

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Sankhanil replied | 6 days ago

Yes. You can watch online tutorials on youtube or join a professional photographer as an intern to get more exposure

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Anup 13 Apr in  Fashion Photography Classes, Bird Photography Classes, Landscape Photography Classes, More... Event Photographers Photography Classes Candid Photography(Photography Classes)

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Hasti Doshi replied | 20 May

Canon.

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Sandeep replied | 03 Jun

I would suggest Nikon D5300, way more good than 700D. You can compare your cameras here:

http://www.http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-EOS-700D-vs-Nikon-D5300

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I would suggest Nikon D5300, way more good than 700D. You can compare your cameras here:

http://www.http://snapsort.com/compare/Canon-EOS-700D-vs-Nikon-D5300

Im suggesting Nikon becuase its way more user friendly, more no. of focus points, high MP, good resolution LCD, tilting LCD, WiFi connectivity etc «less

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Shishir replied | 03 Apr

Shooting in raw is definitely a better option. Though comparing raw and jpeg, both look the same but they are not. JPEG files are obtained by the processing done by the camera. If you have chosen an incorrect white balance, there is no way you can get 100% correct colors even with photoshop, whereas with raw this is achievable. Besides white balance, you can adjust exposure, shadows,...  more»
Shooting in raw is definitely a better option. Though comparing raw and jpeg, both look the same but they are not. JPEG files are obtained by the processing done by the camera. If you have chosen an incorrect white balance, there is no way you can get 100% correct colors even with photoshop, whereas with raw this is achievable. Besides white balance, you can adjust exposure, shadows, highlights, contrast, colors, vibrance, individual colors, sharpness and many more with raw files. The flip side is that you need to learn light room to get the true benefits of raw. Also raw files need more storage space as the file size is bigger. My preference is to select the option RAW+JPG in camera, so I get both the files. If I have to just give the proofs i use jpeg files, but if i want professional results , I always process raw files. I had seen magic with my raw files «less

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Sandeep replied | 03 Jun

Indeed RAW file is better than JPEG. A 14bit RAW file has 2^14 color range compared to 8bit JPEG. The dynamic range of RAW is so good, recovery from highlights, shadows, exposure is only possible in RAW.

If you compare both files within the camera itself, then both are JPEG preview only. If you want to open RAW file, you can only do that using a RAW Software in your...  more»
Indeed RAW file is better than JPEG. A 14bit RAW file has 2^14 color range compared to 8bit JPEG. The dynamic range of RAW is so good, recovery from highlights, shadows, exposure is only possible in RAW.

If you compare both files within the camera itself, then both are JPEG preview only. If you want to open RAW file, you can only do that using a RAW Software in your PC, or Adobe Lightroom/PS. Then you can actually compare. But however, RAW file at first will be dull and with less contrast, only processing makes it look way too good. «less

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Prateek 06 Mar in  Photography Classes, Fashion Photography(Photography Classes), Basics of Photography(Photography Classes)

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Indian replied | 02 Apr

Creativity has no limitation. Yes, you can and should use flash for portrait shoot. It will give magical effect.

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Shishir replied | 03 Apr

If you want soft results avoid flash, as the use of flash helps provide lighting as well as renders sharpness to the subject. Daytime shooting has three situations, one when the subject's face is in direct sunlight, second the subject is in against light means sunlight from subject's back and the third when the subject is in shade. Though flash can be used in all the three situations...  more»
If you want soft results avoid flash, as the use of flash helps provide lighting as well as renders sharpness to the subject. Daytime shooting has three situations, one when the subject's face is in direct sunlight, second the subject is in against light means sunlight from subject's back and the third when the subject is in shade. Though flash can be used in all the three situations but it has to used differently. In the first case when subject is in direct sunlight , flash can be avoided, but if used can reduce the shadow under the eyes and under the chin. A direct undiffused flash with less power can be fired to provide a fill light.Second situation when the subject is against light. you can create a silhouette without using a flash, but if you desire to show the face, flash becomes a necessity. Try using flash with a diffuser (a small soft box) off camera from a angle to get beautiful and pleasing portraits. Third situation when the subject is in shade, without flash you get soft portraits, but if you want crisp details, flash is a must. Again try using it with some diffuser placed in from of the flash. Though an elaborate subject, I hope I made few things clear. «less

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Ganesh 28 Feb in  Photography Classes, Basics of Photography(Photography Classes)

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Rakami Art Studio replied | 20 Mar

Photography is an art, You have to develop skills and sense. It depends on you.

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Sandeep replied | 03 Jun

It totally depends on you, one can teach you within few days, but it takes a lot of practice and patience to learn

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Pradeep 19/12/2016 in  Video Editing classes, Photography Classes, Fashion Photography(Photography Classes)

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Pulkit replied | 03 Jan

750d

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Shri replied | 24 Jan

Obviously d750. More color depth and high dynamic range. Better price and lighter body.

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Sreekanth 17/12/2016 in  Photography Classes, Basics of Photography(Photography Classes)

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Vanchinathan replied | 21/12/2016

To my knowledge, SLRs ranges between Rs. 35 K to Rs 80 K performs the same (differences only in additional features). Only sensor and lens responsible for the quality. So it's better to look for good quality lens.

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Binny replied | 07 Jan

I have a D7000, D7100 both the cameras. I would say you can simply go with D7000 given its proven legacy in photography. Sometimes my D7000 images look better than my D7100. If you are a enthusiast, and want to get serious into photography, and dont want to keep upgrading cameras, choose D7000 instead of D5300. the D7000 offers more flexiblity in hand-reach buttons rather than fiddling...  more»
I have a D7000, D7100 both the cameras. I would say you can simply go with D7000 given its proven legacy in photography. Sometimes my D7000 images look better than my D7100. If you are a enthusiast, and want to get serious into photography, and dont want to keep upgrading cameras, choose D7000 instead of D5300. the D7000 offers more flexiblity in hand-reach buttons rather than fiddling out with the screen or dials. Remember, D7000 is used by several Professionals. «less

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Photo replied | 27/09/2016

Hi
Starts from basics of Photography. Explore DSLR and its functions. Learn exposure triangle. Keep practising with this and after this learn types of lights, light equipment, light setup and then start working on your own concepts.
we are into photography teaching since 2010. till the date over 1400 students learned from us.
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Starts from basics of Photography. Explore DSLR and its functions. Learn exposure triangle. Keep practising with this and after this learn types of lights, light equipment, light setup and then start working on your own concepts.
we are into photography teaching since 2010. till the date over 1400 students learned from us.
You can join us for foundation / advanced / commercial photography classes.
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Magicwand replied | 28/09/2016

Join in Magicwand School of Photography !! :)

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Anjali 14/06/2016 in  Advanced Photography classes, Photography Classes

Suggest me how I can take water drop photo shoot ? Any preferred lens?

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

Prime lenses will give you more sharp pictures. As Vishal said, a macro lens can also help. Use strobes which can freeze the action at faster shutter speed.

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Sandeep replied | 07/09/2016

Higher shutter speed with flash light is must, prime lenses are recommended

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Rohinipriya 19/05/2016 in  Photography Classes

I am a ece 2nd year student. i want to become a photo journalist. am i suitable for this? i have no basic knowledge about this. how do i develop myself?

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

It purely depends on your taste,willingness to work hard,travel at short notices etc. Defenitely, there should be an 'eye' for details. Browse through old magazines. Observe how those great professional tell their story. Watch NGC regularly and slowly develop your skills. Thanks

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Prremaanand replied | 29/08/2016

Life is all about your ambitions. You can complete your education and together learn Photography and cinematography, being digital you won take more than a few classes in same and soon you will be making your first Project. So dont waste time on thinking of what is right and wrong. Learning photography wont harm, if it clicks well and good, else its a just a matter of few weeks...  more»
Life is all about your ambitions. You can complete your education and together learn Photography and cinematography, being digital you won take more than a few classes in same and soon you will be making your first Project. So dont waste time on thinking of what is right and wrong. Learning photography wont harm, if it clicks well and good, else its a just a matter of few weeks you tried to follow your ambition. Remember you can never kearn swimming by watching others swim. Regards, Prremanand «less

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Melvin 23/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

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Sandeep replied | 07/09/2016

Since in sports photography you will be capturing action, which means you need a higher FPS bodies like Nikon D500 DX or D5 FX will do best with 10FPS

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Nipun replied | 06 Mar

Two best action cameras by Canon are 7D Mark2 and 1Dx Mark2. Both are capable to click 10 frames a second and both support dual memory card slot. However which to buy is dependent on the budget of a photographer as price difference between them is huge.
P.S. I conduct EOS workshops on behalf of Canon and a proud owner of 7D Mark 2.

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Abhishek 23/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

What is the difference between landscape photography and portrait photography?

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Kalapurnam Institute Maya replied | 15/06/2016

Landscape photography is the photography in which you capture the scenery at wide level, while the portrait photography involves the detailed shot of the person. And there are various things you can learn from these types of photography and if you are eagerly waiting to learn such beautiful shots then for more details you can contact us.

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

Landscape Photography - As the name suggests, it is taking the picture of a landscape. There may be hills and valleys in the landscape. It will be captured to tell a story from the point of view of the photographer.

Portrait Photography - Capturing the character of a person using proper of lighting.

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Laxmi 23/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

What are the limitations of a normal digital camera?

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Kalapurnam Institute Maya replied | 29/06/2016

Hey, you have normal digital camera then u cannot have long distance focus and it becomes blur and you cannot get even wildlife photography in normal digital camera and the picture quality will also be different compared to professional camera if you are interested in having specialization in photography then you should go for professional camera and if you want learn more about...  more»
Hey, you have normal digital camera then u cannot have long distance focus and it becomes blur and you cannot get even wildlife photography in normal digital camera and the picture quality will also be different compared to professional camera if you are interested in having specialization in photography then you should go for professional camera and if you want learn more about professional photography then you should visit our website on http://www.kivaindia.com and have contact Mr. Sanjay shah and you can also make survey of Ahemdabad institution as it is one of leading cities of India providing this course. «less

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Sandeep replied | 07/09/2016

Manual control of your camera is the biggest disadvantage

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Soumya 23/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

What is a DSLR camera?

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

Digital Single Lens Reflex camera. A mirror will help you to see through the viewfinder. These cameras can be used for freezing the actions as well as creating 'motion' effect.

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Sandeep replied | 07/09/2016

The mirror mechanism used in the camera where light is reflected from mirror to viewfinder is a single lens reflex mechanism, and since it is a digital camera, hence DSLR

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Priya 22/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

You can learn. But physically handling the equipment and practicing will give you more advantage. What will be the result if you learn swimming thorough correspondence course........?

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Avisek replied | 25/08/2016

Yes. There are plenty of courses available for free. Just follow any of them on Youtube. But make sure you keep on having hands on simultaneously and try to use whatever you saw online into your next clicks else it will be just full of knowledge storage in your mind which you will forget gradually and will not be able to relate later when you actually want to shoot.

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Thileshwari 22/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

Name some good photography classes in Bangalore.

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Biju replied | 29/04/2016

You can search here in Urban Pro. I think this platform can be at a great help. Here you can search for the right trainer based on your interest and convenience...If you are in Bangalore I can can even help you...

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Srikanth replied | 08/05/2016

I provide one to one photography class from beginner level to pro level

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Niyajuddin 21/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

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Institute For Photography Excellence, IPE Ahmedabad Gujarat India replied | 13/07/2016

The digital revolution has caught up to film in many regards, killing many of the arguments for film being better than its technological counterpart. However, the most notable reason to shoot analog may be the resolution obtained from medium format cameras. Not all explanations can be laid within technical comparisons though. Many will argue that shooting analog is a more personal...  more»
The digital revolution has caught up to film in many regards, killing many of the arguments for film being better than its technological counterpart. However, the most notable reason to shoot analog may be the resolution obtained from medium format cameras. Not all explanations can be laid within technical comparisons though. Many will argue that shooting analog is a more personal and enjoyable experience ? that decision, is completely up to you. «less

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

The argument goes on and on. Photography is the same but the technology changed. In digital photography, the light is captured and processed by the sensor where in analog photography(earlier day's photography) the light is captured by the film. Earlier, there were darkroom to process those old fashioned film roles/TPs and now its done by the computer. Both have their own advantages...  more»
The argument goes on and on. Photography is the same but the technology changed. In digital photography, the light is captured and processed by the sensor where in analog photography(earlier day's photography) the light is captured by the film. Earlier, there were darkroom to process those old fashioned film roles/TPs and now its done by the computer. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages. From my point of view, if you are passionate about photography, you should learn the basics with the analog camera. Then you will know how careful we are in each step from selecting the film till the final print comes. Nobody will underestimate the art. Best of luck. «less

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Saddam 21/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

What are the various photography courses?

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Kalapurnam Institute Maya replied | 05/07/2016

Hey, there are various types of photography courses involved in different sectors like wildlife photography, Catalogue photography, and wedding photography and fashion photography with various other types of photography and as you are interested in photography courses you make survey of places in Ahemdabad as it is one of the leading cities of India providing this course. And if...  more»
Hey, there are various types of photography courses involved in different sectors like wildlife photography, Catalogue photography, and wedding photography and fashion photography with various other types of photography and as you are interested in photography courses you make survey of places in Ahemdabad as it is one of the leading cities of India providing this course. And if you want to know more about photography then you can contact us on http://www.kivaindia.com and then further contact Mr. SANJAY SHAH. «less

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Mohanbhai replied | 08/07/2016

There are different types of courses available throughout India. We at Advise photography, Surat offer courses in Basic, Advance and professional segment.

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Rituparna 21/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

What are the qualifications needed for a photography teacher?

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Ravi replied | 23/04/2016

If you have experience of photography and you are capable to explain the camera techniques then no need the special kind of qualification for photography teaching.

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Biju replied | 28/04/2016

One who is experienced and can train the student professionally ...I think that is the qualification. But its always good the trained is properly trained before imparting knowledge to someone...

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Ramkumar 21/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

How can I become a professional sports photographer?

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Photofountain replied | 28/04/2016

What ever may be the photographer you have to know the basics on shooting Manual mode

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Prince 20/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

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Institute For Photography Excellence, IPE Ahmedabad Gujarat India replied | 13/07/2016

eriously. A recommendation on which specific camera a beginner should buy is 100% not the same for everyone. There are as many reasons to recommend a specific camera as there are choices. There are more than 85 different manufacturers of camera equipment throughout the world today, each accompanied by very technical specifications that may be difficult for a beginner to understand....  more»
eriously. A recommendation on which specific camera a beginner should buy is 100% not the same for everyone. There are as many reasons to recommend a specific camera as there are choices. There are more than 85 different manufacturers of camera equipment throughout the world today, each accompanied by very technical specifications that may be difficult for a beginner to understand. Digital over film is pretty well a given today, but sifting through DSLR, MFT, full frame, crop, megapixels, noise performance, EVF, OVF, ISO, and a host of other technical choices is far from easy. «less

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

Go for a basic DSLR and learn inside out. Then upgrade.

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Ankita 20/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

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Institute For Photography Excellence, IPE Ahmedabad Gujarat India replied | 13/07/2016

Tripods are used for both motion and still photography to prevent camera movement and provide stability. They are especially necessary when slow-speed exposures are being made, or when telephoto lenses are used, as any camera movement while the shutter is open will produce a blurred image. In the same vein, they reduce camera shake, and thus are instrumental in achieving maximum...  more»
Tripods are used for both motion and still photography to prevent camera movement and provide stability. They are especially necessary when slow-speed exposures are being made, or when telephoto lenses are used, as any camera movement while the shutter is open will produce a blurred image. In the same vein, they reduce camera shake, and thus are instrumental in achieving maximum sharpness. A tripod is also helpful in achieving precise framing of the image, or when more than one image is being made of the same scene, for example when bracketing the exposure. Use of a tripod may also allow for a more thoughtful approach to photography. For these reasons, a tripod of some sort is often necessary for professional photography. In relation to film/video, use of the tripod offers stability within a shot as well as certain desired heights «less

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Satheesh Kumar replied | 09/08/2016

A support system with three legs. It is used for stability and to avoid camera shakes.

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Mukul 20/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

Is it possible for a wildlife photographer to handle wedding photography?

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Biju replied | 29/04/2016

Depends...If the wildlife Photographer is capable of handling wedding its fine. But most of the cases wedding photographer has the feel and taste of the wedding colors and beauty...

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Damanpreet 20/04/2016 in  Photography Classes

Can you explain me about various parts of a camera?

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Nipun replied | 23/05/2016

A camera has various parts, the following are main ones for a typical professional camera:
1. Lens, responsible for sharp focus and ability to zoom in and zoom out.
2. Image Sensor, responsible for Megapixel count and low light imaging capability
3. Viewfinder, provides a clear stress free view form the camera lens and also displays camera vitals like battery, buffer,...  more»
A camera has various parts, the following are main ones for a typical professional camera:
1. Lens, responsible for sharp focus and ability to zoom in and zoom out.
2. Image Sensor, responsible for Megapixel count and low light imaging capability
3. Viewfinder, provides a clear stress free view form the camera lens and also displays camera vitals like battery, buffer, etc
4. AF Sensor, it is responsible for fast and accurate focus. Good cameras have large number of focus points.
5. Memory Card, should be fast if user has to record HD videos or click a lot of photos continuously.

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Biju replied | 04/07/2016

There are 10 main camera parts need to be noted;
1. Lens
2. Viewfinder
3. Body
4. Shutter Release
5. Aperture
6. Image Sensor
7. Memory Card
8. LCD Screen
9. Flash
10. User Controls

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