Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
There comes a point in time when you will need to decide what type of photography you like and the specific genres you want to focus on. Most of us start out as generalists, shooting anything and everything that tickles our fancies. But there comes a time when you need to decide on what type of photographer you are or want to be.
It is important to understand that the effective distance of any flash depends on the Aperture and ISO. For example, at f/8 and ISO 100, the built-in flash will be effective only if the subject is within ~5 feet from the camera.
I got about five frames off on a cheap and nasty Sigma lens on an ancient Canon A1 body. The pictures were in every UK national newspaper the next day, published around the world and still sell now, on occasion. For that one hours “work” I made £11,000.
Shooting kids can turn into complete nightmare. VIDEO shows how painless child photography can be and what camera settings and lens to use. Tutorial article highlights all the psychological factors to consider when working with young kids. Check it out...
There are two kinds of tripod heads: ball heads and pan heads. The ball head is simplest and provides a full range of movement for your camera. With pan heads you have multiple locking levers that adjust the pan in different planes of movement to allow you to move the camera on the tripod.
It is very important to maintain your digital SLR camera which involves cleaning it along with its related components. This article will assist you and provide some information on how to carefully clean the most important items.
Parks are one of the major places where a photographer can find many interesting subjects and challenges. Here’s some of my personal tips that I have learned from jobs and experience that will dramatically improve the results of your park photos.
Of all the lines used in photography diagonals are the most dynamic. You can use them to create a strong impression of movement or you can use them to create a tremendous sense of depth. All images are created with lines some vertical, horizontal and others converging, but, knowing how to place them affects the mood and composition of the final image.
Pets, like any member of a family, have unique personalities, individual responses to situations, and ways of expressing themselves. Capturing the nuance of these situations simply requires a camera and the use of a few techniques which make photographing a pet unique.
There is no one way that is right or wrong to capture motion. Sometimes we see motion using stop action; sometimes we do it with a deliberate blur. Blur can be fractions of a second, or they can be several minutes long.
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