If you have a new digital camera, or if you’re new to digital photography, all those abbreviations on the top dial of your camera might seem a bit confusing. Your top dial is where you will find your camera’s exposure modes.
When you as a photographer—amateur or professional, analog or digital–practice your craft or hobby, you will at one time or another become acquainted with the three letters ISO.
Here are six tips make sure you always stand the best chance of capturing images with clearly defined details.
There are two essential parts to photography that you should learn as a beginner.
Want to take your focusing skills to the next level? Here are seven tips to help you focus faster, easier and more accurately.
What can make a simple photograph of two children staring at the camera from inside a window of a mud house in Peru so unique and worthy of being displayed to thousands of people visiting the museum?
In a world of color, sometimes you just can’t beat a strong black and white image. Black and white photography can be an amazing tool to conveying a mood, story, or statement to your viewers.
Program or “P” mode is similar to your camera’s automatic mode because it will automatically set a proper exposure value for your shot (as far as the lens aperture opening and shutter speed).
Composition doesn’t come naturally to many photographers. The technical aspects can be learned relatively easily but some say that composition can not.
Adding silhouettes to get better photographs of the sun.
Your camera’s bulb mode is a powerful tool that can be used to create particularly long exposures, but it requires a slightly different approach than when shooting conventionally. Here’s what you need to know to get great results.
A few tips to get the best shots on a foggy day.
Along with shutter speed and aperture, ISO is one of the three critical elements affecting exposure.
One of the first rules of photography is that the subject should be sharp, here are a few steps to achieve that goal.
Fancy kicking off the new year by giving your photography a boost? Here are six simple techniques that every photographer should know.
From bracketing and AE Lock to exposure compensation and more, learn when it’s best to use each different option for adjusting exposure so that you get it right every time.
Check out the following simple facets of photography and how you can look at them differently, gain inspiration, and get after it in the new year.
Back to basics with shutter speed.
Some fundamentals on flash.
Composition is an art and also a science, and an area where a lot of otherwise technically proficient photographers can struggle.