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!
The Blue Hour is that period of time just before the sun rises and just after the sun sets. Depending on location and time of year, it lasts for different periods of time. However it is a time that is a great inspiration to photographers. Get notified of our free six part video series on […]
Anyone who sticks with photography long enough will learn certain lessons on their own that they believe could have easily been bestowed upon them by a more experienced photographer. A twinge of resentment is normal and, perhaps, justified as you wonder, “Why didn’t anybody tell me?” In an effort to fill in a handful of […]
Slow shutter speeds allow us to perceive motion. Clouds blur as they sail across the sky, people and lights leave engaging trails and water takes on a surreal sheen. Long exposure is relatively easy to accomplish in low light conditions, however, it is also possible in the daytime. Follow these tips on using a neutral density filter to find out how.
The novel coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China last year is starting to not only take a toll on healthcare systems and economies around the world, but it is also starting to really weigh on some of us emotionally.
There’s no better price than free – especially when it comes to photography stuff. Whether or not you own a Nikon camera, the Nikon School has a pretty established name as a go-to online resource for learning the ins and outs of some of our field’s finer points. It’s also going to be free this […]