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Understanding Rear Curtain Sync (What You Need To Know)

Rear Curtain Sync If you have fiddled with the built-in flash on your camera or with an external flash unit, you may have probably heard...

Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB)

What is Auto Exposure Bracketing? Auto exposure bracketing, or AEB, is a term that is used to signify a process where the camera automatically takes...

Back Button Focusing (Why, When & How)

Back Button Auto-focus One of the least used techniques in photography to lock focus quickly and to switch between single and continuous auto-focusing is to...

Using Macro with a Point and Shoot Camera

Macro Photography Most every point and shoot camera now comes equipped with a macro button. It looks like a little flower. So how do you...

How to Use Your DSLR Camera

Using Your DSLR Camera Most of today's DSLR's (Digital Single Reflex Camera) are similar but the buttons and controls can be found in different places, depending...

Basic Camera Settings

Did you recently purchase a new camera but not sure which camera settings to use? You’re not alone. Most...

Shutter Release Modes

Shutter Release Mode There are several shutter release modes you can select to determine how and when the camera shutter activates to capture the image. If...

Focus Mode

The Focus Mode This setting is used to determine how the camera focuses using a selector switch on the front of the camera. The switch will...

AE-L and AF-L Lock

AE-L Auto Exposure Lock * This button is used to lock exposure in one area of the frame then recompose the photograph. Set your exposure mode...

Image Quality Settings

Image Quality Most digital cameras give you choices as to how the sensor records the information it receives when you take a picture. JPEG vs RAW...

Understanding White Balance

Before we delve into the details of white balance, it helps to have an understanding of color balance in photography. Color balance is the adjustment of...

ISO Sensitivity

Understanding ISO ISO refers to how sensitive the camera's sensor is to light. The higher the ISO sensitivity number, the less light is required to make...
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