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How Digital Cameras Work (19 Apr 2006)
The basic working of the Digital camera and Film camera is one and the same. Both use the shutter, lens and aperture. The Lens captures the light and then it passes it into the aperture, which controls the light and the shutter opens and closes to...
Getting Great Photo Prints From Your Digital Camera (16 Nov 2005)
The first step to getting great digital photo prints, is to make sure you use
a good quality digital camera.
Digital photos are gaining popularity over traditional film photos because
of the features and convenience associated with the new...
Deal With Backlighting (14 Feb 2006)
So many pictures and images can be spoiled by backlighting. You know the scenario: your friend is sitting in your conservatory with the windows behind her. You take the picture and she is darkened and silhouetted. The backlighting has fooled your ...
Get That Sunset (03 Feb 2006)
Everyone loves a good sunset image. They can appear a bit hackneyed after a while, but a great sunset photo will always appeal to everyone that sees it. It reminds us of this earth and the wonders of nature and the natural world. In this age of di...
Light Exposure in Digital Cameras – A Guide to Aperture and Shutter Speed (26 Jan 2006)
The task of choosing the correct digital camera can be both a time consuming and daunting experience without the right tools at your disposal. One of the things you can do to make your shopping experience more successful is spend some time learni...
Portrait Photography : One of the Greatest Arts (23 Apr 2006)
Before doing any portrait photography there are some very important questions that any photographer should ask himself. What kind of light source it's going to be used? From what angle the light will fall on the subject? What film, camera and lens...
Children Make Me Realise How Complicated Photography Can Seem (03 Apr 2006)
Cameras can seem complicated to some. It is easy to simply assume that everyone has basic knowledge of the principles, but look at this conversation between a child and an amateur photographer:
You Can Hold Your Own With The Best (16 Feb 2006)
I was at a photographic convention just a short while ago. It was all hustle and bustle. There was frantic activity everywhere. There were lots of stands with manufacturers showing off their wares and plenty of workshops and other "hands on" activ...
Make Plans To Rekindle Your Photography (06 Jan 2006)
Now is the time to start making plans for your photographic future. Not big plans. A sort of a spring clean. And when we talk abut "future" we should be thinking of the near future - not your dreams over the next 10 years.
The worst thing yo...
Alternatives to Flash (06 Apr 2006)
If you are thinking of using a flashgun - stop and think. Do you really need to? Are there alternatives? Usually there are.
Why should you even start to consider alternatives? There are a number of reasons:
- Flash light is usually ve...
A Skylight Filter Is Essential (01 Mar 2006)
The importance and usefulness of a skylight filter cannot be overestimated. Everyone should have at least one. Preferably, they should have one for every lens they own. These should be permanently fixed to the filter thread.
Think Broadly and You Will Find Image Ideas Everywhere (23 Oct 2005)
Sometimes, especially when in familiar surroundings, it can be difficult to think of things to photograph. It's all been done before and there is little to motivate you. In these cases, start to think broadly.
Try these 3 easy steps to expan...
Think More About Your Photographs (04 May 2006)
When your inspiration runs a little dry, try a little exercise to get your photographic taste buds working again.
Here is the process:
Pick up your camera. Now.
You are going to take a picture.
It can be a picture of anythi...
Digital Macro Photography: Compact Prosumer or SLR? (07 Aug 2005)
If you are planning to get your products on your website, you may be thinking of digital macro photography to do the trick.
Digital close-ups will be the quickest and cheapest route to go, but which camera should you use?
Do you need t...
Digital Landscape Photography: From Snapshot To Vision (04 Jan 2006)
One of the most satisfying aspects of digital landscape photography is that you can evaluate your pictures right there in the field. With emotion playing such a big part of landscape photography, you can now get a good idea right there of how much...
Digital Infrared Photography: No More Film Loading In The Dark! (16 Dec 2005)
It is quite feasible to use digital imaging to simulate the look of an image shot on infrared-sensitive film. However, this is no match for real digital infrared photography since you'll be working with an image that was taken in the visible spect...
Canon Digital Rebel XT: Compact But Full-Blooded SLR! (31 Mar 2006)
The popular Canon Digital Rebel XT - the second generation of the Rebels - is such a small SLR camera that it can possibly be mistaken for a compact digital!
However, once you look at some of the specifications, it is clear that it fits squa...
Magical Movies, Stunning Stills With This Canon Digital Camera (27 Aug 2005)
Looking for a digital camera with a powerful zoom facility? Or how about a camcorder with stereo sound and image stabilization?
Well, you don't actually have to decide. Canon has already done that on your behalf. You can have both in one sty...
From Color To Grayscale In Black And White Digital Photography (03 Aug 2005)
In digital photography and imaging there are many features and techniques available for image control and management. Whereas these are mostly aimed at color aspects, many of the techniques can be applied to black and white images.
Most of t...
Youve Lost That Creative Spark (21 Jan 2006)
Do you ever lose that creative spark? If so, you are in the majority. It doesn't matter how long (or short) a time you have been into photography, sometimes the creative urge disappears.
And it can be very frustrating!
We are at our mo...
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