Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
If your focal length is 30mm, then you should be able to hand hold a camera with a 1/30th of a second shutter speed. By hand hold, this just means that you should realistically be able to depress the shutter and keep the camera from shaking so much that it shows up as a blurry photo from camera movement.
There are three great environments for photographing butterflies. The outdoors, garden settings, and butterfly farms or houses.
If you have waterfalls in your area, or are planning a trip where you will have access to waterfalls, rapids, etc, keep the following few tips in mind for some beautiful and dramatic captures.
Are you looking for some interesting and out of the ordinary project ideas for your close up or macro photography? All of those can make great close up subjects, but certainly not unique ones.
This article will teach you the absolute basics of understanding white balance and how it works. It’s all basic stuff, with nothing really “technical” to get in the way. A lot of what’s said in this article is to simply get you understanding white balance, in the easiest terms possible.
Almost every photographer has had the urge to mount and display his or her photo’s as wall art, either at home or maybe in the office at work. At one time or another – we’ve nearly all done it – then something depressing happened; the picture became unsatisfying, then boring, and finally, wall clutter.
Place your camera on the ground to photograph landscapes. Doing this creates a bug’s eye view of a landscape. The result will turn out pretty unusual, yet dramatic composition. Reason being that a photograph of a landscape taken from an angle of ground level is not something we are used to viewing from.
When I first saw Naveen’s photographs it was clear that he had a fair bit of talent. Naveen specialises as an iPhoneographer, taking incredible photographs with nothing but his iPhone, editing them purely with apps. Here Naveen has compiled a full guide to iPhoneography and shared some of his stunning photographs as well.
Using wide apertures to create beautiful wedding photography is so simple even a beginner can do it. A lens with a wide aperture, such as a 50mm 1.4 prime, can produce a gentle blur in the background allowing focus to remain on what it important in the shot.
Perhaps one of the more confusing subjects in the world of digital cameras is lens length. We hear terms like “telephoto”, “wide angle”, “field of view”, “5X” and a host of others to describe our lenses.
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