Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
After reading this article, your understanding of how apertures and their selection affect a photograph will become much more clear and less of a source of technical intimidation. Those little numbers won’t seem like such a big problem anymore!
Whether you’re shooting in the city or out in a wide open space, getting the perfect exposure in manual mode might be a little tricky. But it doesn’t have to be. If you’re having trouble getting a perfect exposure, here’s a super easy 3-step process by Joshua Cripps that will help you get it right every time.
Becoming a great photographer is a lot harder than most people think. It requires a lot of insight, practice, and understanding of what photography actually is.
Still life photographs don’t require photographers to travel to exotic places. This is one branch of photography in which anybody can participate.
Portrait photography isn’t that difficult, but there is a tried-and-true methodology that you can use to produce great portraits — as opposed to just making happy snaps.
One of the most basic concepts in photography is the exposure triangle. If you choose not to set your camera to auto mode, you must know when and how to use each setting in order to have a picture perfect photo every time.
In the beginning, shutter speed, ISO, and aperture will baffle you like they did me for so many years. Until — after experimenting, reading, and learning — it clicks.
It's tempting to provide free work for high profile clients who offer “exposure” as their payment. Ted Forbes discusses his opinion on the matter and breaks down why he thinks this way.
Don’t you wish there was a simple cheat sheet to set you straight on aperture, shutter speed, and ISO? Well, here you go!
If you’re an avid lens collector or you’ve just started to collect some, there are particular lenses that you should include in your collection. Here are some of our favorites.
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