Aperture Priority mode seems to be the most preferred shooting mode by the photographers. Perhaps it’s because wide depth of field is such a fascinating technique to explore. Read to find out why aperture priority is the most preferred shooting mode by photographers!
A deep dive into the history of photography that covers its invention and early attempts through to contemporary photographers and the future of the craft.
There’s a fear around shooting at High ISO – let’s take a look at how we can embrace it and produce high-quality images by pushing the boundaries of our digital cameras!
It’s very useful to understand the whole “crop factor” thing, especially those using….crop sensor cameras. It simply helps us understand more.
You’ll know what I think about contests and awards, especially those that are conducted by companies like travel agencies or banks, which have little or even zero to do with photography at all. We have talked about the prestigious Hasselblad Awards before, and I decided to skip a particular year’s edition on purpose after they […]
A Zenit 11 review? Why on Earth are Light Stalking reviewing an obscure, 40-year-old, Soviet film camera? Well, its partly a labour of love and nostalgia, and partly because if you want to dabble in film photography, then there is probably no cheaper option than a Zenit SLR. Built like tanks and ruggedly simple, many […]