ISO can be confusing, especially to everyone just starting out in photography. To put it simply, the ISO setting in your camera affects how sensitive the sensor is to light. Co-authored by Dahlia Ambrose If you love mathematics, you can immerse yourself in the technical information on Wikipedia – it is quite good. But, we won’t […]
Concepts and guides in photography are building blocks to creating and capturing wonderful images. While the rule of thirds is among the most common building block in composition, the S-curve is also one to be on the look out for. What Is The S Curve? The S curve is a type of leading line which […]
In this article, we’ll cover what is white balance and how to properly set a custom white balance manually in your digital camera.
Indoor photography is perhaps one of the most challenging places to shoot for new and experienced photographers. Natural and artificial light combined with natural light reflecting and refracting through windows and off walls can lead to some funky photographs. Mastering indoor photography can be one of the most frustrating things to learn. The following deadly sins […]
Equipment is expensive, even entry level photography gear adds up quickly, so many new and seasoned shooters choose to buy used. There is nothing wrong with this! With lenses, it’s often possible to save upwards of 50% of the original cost, but there are a few key things you want to look out for when […]
Studio work is nearly the exact opposite from location shooting, especially for portraits. With location portrait shoots, the focus is easily on the person posing, but the surrounding elements also contribute to the final product. Also, the studio presents some more challenging lighting situations, as the photographer needs to create the light, rather than modify what the sun is providing. Here are 12 tips for shooting studio portraits!