There is plenty of photography advice available on the Internet including camera settings for several photography situations. Now people look up the settings and start photographing with it, wondering why only a few photographs are good and the rest is not. The answer is simple. The light determines the camera settings and the light is everywhere different and changing by the moment. One got to connect with the light and always keep communicating with it in order to get great images.
Imagine guests on photographic safaris, wildlife photography courses and team building photographic safaris would use settings they found on the internet, posted there by a photographer in new Jersey. The light in New Jersey is different from the light in the Masai Mara and it would just not work.
Ute Sonnenberg for www.rohoyachui.com