Idioms

get a feel for (something)
to become accustomed to something and learn how it works, to learn how to do something
I am beginning to get a feel for my new job.
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  • get a fix on (something)
  • get a foothold (somewhere)
  • get a grasp of (something)
  • get a grip of oneself
  • get a head start (on someone or something)
  • get a kick out of (someone or something)
  • get a load of (someone or something)
  • get a load off one's feet
  • get a load off one's mind
  • get a lot of mileage out of (something)
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  • take (something) with a grain of salt
  • like crazy
  • holy cats
  • fat chance
  • in one`s tracks
  • by the book
  • no skin off one`s nose
  • invest (something) in (something)
  • take to one's heels
  • leave (someone) for dead

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    Landscape Mode

    Landscape mode is almost the opposite of portrait mode as it sets the camera up with a small aperture, here you are trying to cover backgroud scene as much as possible. Its therefore ideal for capturing shots of wide scenes, particularly those with points of interest at different distances from the camera. In this mode your camera must be in stable position to compensate for the small aperture.

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