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How Do I Use The White Balance Setting On My Digital Camera?


Have you ever taken a picture of a beautiful winter scene and been disappointed to discover the crisp, white snow came out with a bluish tint? This is the kind of situation your digital camera's white balance is meant to prevent. The white balance is a sensor that analyzes the lighting conditions and colors of a scene and adjusts so the white in the picture appears white. This helps insure the other colors appear as natural as possible. This is one advantage digital photography has over tradition film. With film, you buy with a certain lighting condition in mind. If that changes, you need to either change your film or hope you can fix any errors in post-production. Most digital c …

10 Tips In Better Photography


Taking a good photo isnít as hard as you may think. You donít need the most expensive camera or years of experience, just 10 simple tips. Enjoy! Tip 1 - Use All Your Available Space Don't be afraid to use all the space in your photo. If you want to take a picture of something, it's ok for it to take up the whole shot with no or very little background showing. Keep distractions out of your shot Tip 2 - Study Forms This is a vital aspect to photography. Understanding forms in your photos. Don't see an object, she its shape and its form and find the best angle to photograph it from. Form is all around us and I highly suggest you read as many books on it as possible. Tip 3 - Moti …

4 Great Camera Tips for Enhanced Digital Photos!!


Just bought a new camera ?? And very excited to start taking photos with your new gadget?? But Alas, why does the picture not look as good as you wanted to !! Fret no more, stay tuned below for 4 new tricks to taking more interesting and memorable photos. Trick #1 - Try out different camera exposure settings --------------------------------------------------- By exploring the exposure settings of your camera, you could have pictures looking more brilliant with 0.5 to 2 stops underexposed in bright surroundings, and scenes appearing more clear with some overexposure. Just by simple tuning of the exposure level, you can create pictures which can bring out different moods from people v …

Portrait Photography


Almost anyone that can point a camera and take a picture can take a portrait picture. There are a few things to learn about when it comes to this type of photography that will help you understand the basics of what makes a good portrait. In reality, you do not need a studio or some special equipment and technical resources to take an outstanding portrait photograph. A portrait is taken to define the likeness of a person or people and even more so, it is a picture of someoneís face. However, in general the word has a deeper meaning when it is shown in a photo. Portrait photography is understood to be of good quality and not only does it capture a personís physical look on film, but will …

Get The Most Out Of Your Camera. (Part 2).


In part 1 of: Get the most out of your camera, we looked at how to use the aperture and the creative uses of depth-of-field. In this part we,ll look at how to use the shutter button on your camera and how both the shutter and the aperture control exposure. The shutter is a mechanical device that controls the length of time that light is allowed to act on the film. Most standard cameras allow us to use a range between 16 second and 1/1000 second. You might be wondering, why anyone would use a long shutter time of 16 seconds: I,ve used this and even longer shutter times when taken lowlight landscape images. I would always advise the use of a tripod with these long exposures time to avoid b …

Get The Most Out Of Your Camera. (Part 1).


Did you ever see an image where only a small part of it is sharp? Using the aperture ring correctly can maximize the artistic look of your image. Not only does it determine the depth-of-field, it also has the power to direct the human eye. The human eye is instinctively drawn towards noticeable points of an image. These are usually the sharpest and most important parts of an image. Using a wide aperture to limit the area of sharp focus can direct attention to the most important elements of your image and blur out any off-putting backgrounds. This isn't that hard to accomplish, and can be blissful if done correctly. Lets start off with understanding depth-of-field, aperture and f/ …

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