Getting proper exposure in photography consists of balancing three things: shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings. You can start off by shooting in automatic or priority mode, but to get full control and shoot with manual camera controls you’ll have to understand the relationship between these three things that each directly affect the exposure andRead More
When lighting conditions change, our eyes adapt automatically. Digital camera sensors cannot do the same thing so we have to adjust white balance settings to keep images from looking too blue or too yellow. Color temperature is measured on the Kelvin scale. You can leave this camera setting to automatic for most conditions, but occasionallyRead More
Photography rules are essential because they provide a foundation for more advanced photography tips and tricks later on. Learn the rules first, so you have more creative control when breaking them later. Learn as you go — don’t let it prevent you from picking up a camera. Fill The Frame / Cropping. … Don\’t CutRead More
Avoid Camera Shake here are some ways to avoid Camera Shakes. First, you need to learn how to hold your camera correctly; Try to use both hands, one around the body and the other around the lens and hold the camera close to your body for support. Also, for handheld shooting, make sure thatRead More
When pick out a Lense for your Camera here are some of the things your can look out for.
Master the rule of the thirds The rule of thirds is one of the important rule in photography. It basically allows one to concentrate on the subject. It entails breaking your photography into thirds, both horizontally and vertically. This will form nine equal rectangles with four intersections points. This is where you should place theRead More
Closely check the end points of your caption to avoid cutting off some important parts of the photograph. Like cutting off an arm of a sofa, branches of a tree or even part of your display.This may draw away the attention of the viewer and also it may not convey the intended message. Equally,Read More
If your shot is in danger of losing significance due to an engaged background, crop in tight around your main point of focus, removing the background so that all focus is on your main subject. For instance, it works well on the landscape when you\’re trying to capture something more intimate and focused or whenRead More