This is a guest post by Haydar Turkhan. Find some great photography tips on his blog. It’s fast, moving fast and you have to focus in seconds, push the shutter and get a clear Picture of what’s coming on the track; it is not easy. Here are some, practical tips for amateur photographers who are […]
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How to use your camera to its (and your) potential.
The focal length of the lens you choose can greatly affect your photos – much more than just determining how much you can zoom in on your subject. However, before we get into those kind of details, there are some important things to know about how a certain focal length reacts differently when used on […]
RAW image files, also known as digital negatives, are the dSLR version of an unprocessed image. In film, a RAW file is equivalent to the negative itself in the sense that you can’t really use it as a photo, but all the unprocessed information is there to create a photo. RAW works the same way […]
One of the most powerful tools for photographers that has come about with digital photography is the histogram – that little graph you see on the LCD screen of your camera after you shoot an image. Yet many people don’t know anything about the histogram. This is a huge oversight, as a histogram can be […]
Tripods are wonderful tools in photography but are also one of the most inconvenient pieces to carry around with you. Since it’s not always possible to carry a tripod with you here are five ways to steady your camera without one. Raise the ISO. Generally speaking, a tripod should be used when your shutter is […]
One of the most important abilities you can have as a photographer is deciphering how other shooters captured their photos. It’s not always the easiest thing to do though, so here we’ll look at two great photos and explain how they were taken. Photo by SergioTudela Running water, the beach and sunsets are all subjects […]