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Digital camera modes are often misunderstood and an area of confusion for many new photographers. This article takes you through the basic camera modes. Click/Tap to learn more
Looking to master focus and composition? Level up your skills with this in-depth focus modes guide for digital photography! Click/Tap to learn more
Wondering what the terms overexposure and underexposure really mean? Read our guide to find out how to nail your exposure every time! Click/Tap to learn more
Feel like mastering the art of long-exposure photography? Find out how to get started in this detailed bulb mode guide! Click/Tap to learn more
Want to get the most out of program mode? Read our comprehensive guide to learn how to use programmed exposure for the best results! Click/Tap to learn more
Ever wanted to learn how to use shutter priority mode to create stunning images? Read our complete guide to find out! Click/Tap to learn more
Knowing how and when to use which metering mode can initially be a bit confusing. You can learn about the various modes in this article. Click/Tap to learn more
What I am teaching here is practical information for beginner photographers. For those who want to know how shooting in manual mode can improve their photography.
Want to harness the power of aperture-priority automatic exposure? Read our comprehensive guide to find out how!
In this article, we’ll describe each system, the pros and cons of Image Stabilization, and when and how to use it to achieve greater detail in your photographs. Click/Tap to Learn more.
Resolution in photography is a measure of detail. In a digital image, it specifies the number of pixels. A higher resolution means a larger number of pixels, equaling more detail. In the world of digital photography, image quality, and detail are critical. And so, in the production of quality images, a good resolution is one of the fundamentals. Click/Tap to Learn more.
Bracketing is a photographic technique to enable you to get better images. That might mean selecting from variations of the same shot or merging images in post-processing. Using this method, photographers capture high-contrast scenes beyond the technical limits of a camera’s sensor. Also, they acquire sharp focus throughout the frame that would be impossible in a single image. Bracketing also has other less common uses. Click/Tap to Learn more.
Take your #photography to the next level with Back Button Focus! Learn why, when and how to use it to capture stunning shots. #PhotographyCoursenet is here to empower you with this pro-level technique - now's the time to get to know BBF. ;) Are you ready? Dive right in and discover all the amazing possibilities that Back Button Focus unlocks. Take control of your creative vision and make sure your subject stands out.
Learning how to read a histogram can be intimidating. Surely it’s better just to ignore it. But what the histogram tells us is worth the effort it takes to learn about it. Applying that knowledge takes practice, but it pays off with better images.
Understanding what shutter speed is in photography is fundamental. The shutter speed is basically the timer for light coming into the camera. Click/Tap to learn more.
Did you know that light can be colored? Not only LED, neon, or fluorescent lights, but natural daylight can have a distinct color cast. This can have a marked effect on the outcome of your photos. White balance in a camera filters the light, so the colors look right. Click/Tap to learn more
Light metering is important when you want to capture well-exposed images. What is considered to be well exposed is open to discussion. But, without using a light meter, most people will not consistently capture well-exposed photos. Click/Tap to Learn More.
Selecting the best camera settings for portraits is challenging for many new photographers. Even some more advanced photographers who are not used to portrait photography find it difficult. Choosing the best ISO, aperture, and shutter speed take practice. Click/Tap to Learn More.
Add a new dimension to your photography with the use of bokeh. You can have good bokeh and bad bokeh. The easiest way to know if you have used the technique correctly is to determine if the blurring is pleasant or jarring. Learn more
In this episode, we talk about: -The busyness of motherhood and how Siobhan nurtures her creativity through her children -What “down-to-earth” means to her and how she creates that raw and earthy look in her photographs -The importance of knowing your personality type and how it can affect your photography in a big way & much more!
Texture can be found all over the world of photography, and this article will help you to understand better what it is and how to photograph it. We have also included examples of texture in photography and some of the equipment and lighting you will want to consider when upping your texture game. Click/Tap to learn more.
Once you’ve learned to control the depth of field, you’ll be able to take more creative and interesting photographs. Click/Tap to learn more.