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Effects of Different Shutter Speed

Effects of Different Shutter Speed

This SLR simulator is a great way to learn the basics of photography. Adjust the white balance, aperture, flash settings, and shutter speed. See results instantly! (http://camerasim.com/camera-simulator.html)

This SLR simulator is a great way to learn the basics of photography. Adjust the white balance, aperture, flash settings, and shutter speed. See results instantly! (http://camerasim.com/camera-simulator.html)

What is ISO? When to increase sensitivity, types of noise and more | Digital Camera World

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 review

What is ISO? When to increase sensitivity, types of noise and more | Digital Camera World

If you’ve been taking photos on your automatic camera for quite some time, you know that a good number of the photos you took have turned out quite a bit disappointing. They’re could be too dark, too light, or blurred. Most of these problems have to do with incorrect “exposure”. No matter what type of photography you do, proper exposure is the key to get a photograph that looks right. What is Exposure? Exposure in photography is the amount of light that hits your camera’s light sensors…

If you’ve been taking photos on your automatic camera for quite some time, you know that a good number of the photos you took have turned out quite a bit disappointing. They’re could be too dark, too light, or blurred. Most of these problems have to do with incorrect “exposure”. No matter what type of photography you do, proper exposure is the key to get a photograph that looks right. What is Exposure? Exposure in photography is the amount of light that hits your camera’s light sensors…

How to stop mirror bounce on Canon and Nikon DSLRS | Digital Camera World

The still life photographers' guide to lighting: 4 techniques, 4 different effects

How to stop mirror bounce on Canon and Nikon DSLRS | Digital Camera World

for beginners - get to know your dslr camera

The still life photographers' guide to lighting: 4 techniques, 4 different effects

for beginners - get to know your dslr camera

Exposure triangle in photography includes adjustment of ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed settings so that a photographer can use manual controls over his compositions and shoot pictures. Exposure is the term used in photography to measure the amount of light that passes though lens and hits the photosensitive material inside your camera. This could either be a film or in the case of a digital camera, a digital sensor. Now, the amount of light needs to be controlled. Otherwise, you’ll get a…

Exposure triangle in photography includes adjustment of ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed settings so that a photographer can use manual controls over his compositions and shoot pictures. Exposure is the term used in photography to measure the amount of light that passes though lens and hits the photosensitive material inside your camera. This could either be a film or in the case of a digital camera, a digital sensor. Now, the amount of light needs to be controlled. Otherwise, you’ll get a…

Choose the best lens for natural light photography indoors. Free tutorial on @iHeartFaces

Photography Tutorials and Photo Tips

Choose the best lens for natural light photography indoors. Free tutorial on @iHeartFaces

MUST READ!  Tips on what to do after receiving or purchasing a DSLR camera!

I Have A DSLR Camera, Now What

MUST READ! Tips on what to do after receiving or purchasing a DSLR camera!

Depth of field in photography is usually described as the amount of the frame that is in sharp focus. When we look at a scene with our naked eye almost everything appears sharp. But that is not the case when we compose the same scene with cameras. Some part of it is blurred out. The more the frame is in sharp focus, the more is the depth of field and vice versa. Depth of field (DOF) depends on two factors: aperture and distance of the subject from camera (magnification). Wider aperture and…

Depth of field in photography is usually described as the amount of the frame that is in sharp focus. When we look at a scene with our naked eye almost everything appears sharp. But that is not the case when we compose the same scene with cameras. Some part of it is blurred out. The more the frame is in sharp focus, the more is the depth of field and vice versa. Depth of field (DOF) depends on two factors: aperture and distance of the subject from camera (magnification). Wider aperture and…

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