My Secrets of Choosing a Digital Camera

 

 My Secrets of Choosing a Digital Camera


Does the idea of picking out a digital camera make you dizzy? If only there was a way to decide which one to buy...

But deciding on the right digital camera for your needs can be tricky. Whether you're looking for an entry-level model that's great for beginners, or one with advanced features that professionals use, this guide will help you find exactly what you're looking for. From megapixels and optical zoom to interchangeable lenses, we'll look at all the different aspects of selecting and using your new camera!


##How to Write an Introduction: Conclusion## 
An introduction can be informative and factual as well as creative. Effective introductions will be short and to-the-point, but captivating at the same time. A hook will grab your reader's attention right from the start, while a great conclusion will leave them satisfied.

##How to Write a Conclusion## 
An effective conclusion should restate your main points or themes, summarize how you reached your point-of-view, and suggest what you believe should be done about it. Be careful not to make it too lengthy or overly wordy; instead of elaborating on an idea already expressed in the introduction, use your conclusion as a forum for expressing something new. Do not bring up new arguments, facts, opinions, examples or concerns in your conclusion. Instead, simply restate what you have been claiming in the body of your paper or essay. It is also a good idea to repeat your thesis statement at the end of your conclusion for emphasis. This should be the last thing you say to your readers before they go on to read another essay or begin their next class assignment.

An effective conclusion is both interesting and clear. It leaves the reader feeling satisfied with the experience of having read this article/essay/paper especially if you suggest a call to action like telling people they should do something about it, or that they can do something about it.

A good conclusion will restate your thesis statement, in a way that is clear and concise. Use this last sentence as the main point of your article or essay.

##Introduction words of advice## 
Stay away from the clich├ęs and stock phrases that have been used over and over again. Avoid tired or worn out phrases. Take a look at your town newspaper's classified advertising page for an example of how to write a good introduction. This is an example of an effective introduction for a personal essay: "Looking for a place to call home? Then read on! Here I am selling my old house because it doesn't feel like home. Come and visit my one-story, two-bedroom house on Second Street in the Central District. It is an attractive house with wood floors, an open kitchen, and a good neighborhood. I am asking $220,000 for the house because it needs work; the roof leaks a little, and some of the pipes are old. If you want to buy this house then call me at 555-7716." (This is from an actual ad in my hometown newspaper.)

##The Essay Introduction: a Formula## 
Introduce your subject matter in a sentence or two.
(1) For example: "John Faulkner's life was like a piece of Shakespearean tragedy. He was born into a life of privilege, raised in a palatial home in the beautiful, lush countryside in rural Virginia. But tragedy struck when Faulkner and his young wife were involved in an automobile accident that killed them both." http://www.afb.org/articles/110202-faulkner.html
(2) Or, "You are about to read my opinion about why I think gun control is not Constitutional and should be overruled by the Supreme Court." http://www.nraila.org/Issues/FactSheets/Read.aspx?id=819
(3) "Sony's new digital camera is not only the best camera in the world, it's also a piece of fine art." http://www.digitalreview.com/products/sony_dsc_TZ28.htm
Start your essay with an introduction about yourself. For example: "My name is Paul Denton and I'm a junior at Lydiard Community College studying to be an electronic technician." http://www.coursehero.com/file/2356764/My-Name-is-Paul-Denton

##The best way to write an introduction for a persuasive essay## 
This type of essay is used when sharing your opinion on a topic. To come up with an excellent introduction, you should first state what the essay will be about. To create an attention grabbing introduction, whether it be fiction or nonfiction, this is important. It also helps to start off by asking intriguing questions or by sharing something that the reader may find controversial and draw them in from there.




A good conclusion will restate your thesis statement, in a way that is clear and concise. Use this last sentence as the main point of your article or essay.

Conclusion in the writing style is used for summing up the idea of the essay. It also states that the writer has been able to analyze all aspects of the subject's life. And ends up saying what will be done about it.

A good conclusion firstly, expresses your ideas clearly and effectively with good language. This is important because a reader should be able to understand what you are saying, even if it has to be explained in short sentences or phrases.

Secondly, your conclusion should include stating what could have happened differently for example "What if John Faulkner had changed his driving habits? He may have avoided getting into that fatal accident.

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