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Online Photography Courses for Beginners

We’re all photographers these days, sharing images on social media or blogs, instantly emailing snapshots to friends. But many of us have only the...

Understanding How to Determine and Adjust White Balance

In this article, we are focusing on the color balance within your digital camera system - better known as the white balance. A setting...

How to Take Better Portraits: Understanding the Principles of Aperture

Portraiture and Aperture Portraiture is considered one of the most versatile and ever-changing practices of photography. A portrait is an image that not only captures...

Introduction to Shutter Speed

What is Shutter Speed? Shutter speed is the amount of time the shutter is open and a measurement of time. It's basically the timer for...

What is Aperture? Introduction Lesson

In our course on Understanding the Exposure Triangle, we talked about the importance of light in photography and about...

Understanding ISO Sensitivity

ISO In our course on Understanding the Exposure Triangle, we spoke of the importance of light in photography and about controlling how much light gets...

8 Tips for Better Landscape Photography

Landscape Photography Tips Landscape photography is one of the toughest genre's of all types of photography. Once the moment is passed it can't be faked...

Using the Pop-up Flash on Your Camera

Pop-up Flash This article, though primarily intended for DSLR users, would be just as useful for any digital camera user with a built-in flash. I...

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...

Sunset Photography (Easy as 1, 2, 3)

Sunset Photography You may have probably faced this challenge many times. You’re standing in front of the most magical sunset. You decide to whip out...

An Introduction to Flash Painting

Flash Painting Slow shutter speed does open up a whole world of possibilities in as much as creative photography is concerned. Literally, you are limited...

Low Light Photography Tips

Low Light Photography I wrote about flash painting in one of my previous articles. It is but one application of low light photography techniques which...

Reflector Basics

Photography Reflector Basics A reflector is often seen in the possession of many professional photographers. If asked, they would probably say that it was one of...

How to Choose the Right ISO for Your Shot

The Right ISO Selecting the right ISO for your shot depends on the lighting where you are taking your pictures. To learn more of what...

Techniques for Landscape Photography

Landscape Photography Using simple camera techniques will assure you capture a beautiful, sharp landscape photograph. What's the point of spending considerable time and effort to...

10 Advantages of an External Flash

External Flash Photography The basic flash that comes on your camera should rarely be used, it adds sharp shadows and flattens out your subject too...

Bright Light Photography

Portraits At High Noon A common misconception about photography is that light is always good. In fact, too much light makes a very unflattering portrait.  In...

Why Use a Gray Card?

Gray Card A gray card is used for two purposes: To set a Custom White balance Meter a Scene There are a lot of types of...

What is HDR?

High Dynamic Range (HDR) HDR refers to High Dynamic Range. Dynamic Range is the difference between the brightest and darkest parts of photographs that still...

Aperture F Number

Aperture F Number (f-stop) We've already taught that the aperture is measured in f-stops and that the smaller the number, the bigger the opening. The...

Choosing the Best Aperture

How to Choose the Best Aperture Choosing the f-stop or best aperture is a main determining factor about what is in focus when you photograph...

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...

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...

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...

Bracketing Feature

Bracketing When it's difficult to set exposures or check them to make adjustments, the bracketing feature permits a group of images, each with a different...
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