Although we have all photographed intentional motion blur in the form of light painting, panning, etc., have you thought about blurring people in photography to create dreamy images, feeling of chaos, busy life, speed, movement or even the feeling of being abstract and mysterious? In this article we will look at how to blur people in a frame to make some creative images that will make people stop and stare!
If you find chromatic aberration in your images, don’t panic. Here, we will look at Chromatic Aberration – what it is and how to fix it.
Autofocus micro adjustment is a feature in the camera and a process that helps you correct focusing errors like front focusing or back focusing. It allows you to make fine adjustments to the focus systems in your camera for particular lens combinations, which is basically calibrating the camera for a particular lens, so that you get the focus sharp on your subject. In this article we will look at how to perform autofocus microadjustments on canon cameras.
Some of the most inspiring images that we see are created through long exposure. Using a slow or even ultra slow shutter speed adds a sense of motion to a still image. It also contrasts between the permanent and the temporary. A classic example would be the solid permanency of a building contrasted by fleeting […]
Bokeh in photography is a term that is more often discussed when it comes to talking about lenses in particular. Photographers are mostly looking for lenses that produce beautiful bokeh so they can add visual appeal to their photos. Here is a proven bokeh photography formula!
Vignettes are a photographic anomaly. They are a technical defect that we sometimes want to embrace creatively. However, it can also be a technical defect that we try to avoid. Confusing isn’t it? In this article we are going delve a little deeper into the shady corners of vignetting. We will look at what it […]