Let us see what are the “ABC” in photography. They are nothing but the three basic parameters which every camera will have. They are Aperture, Shutter speed, and ISO, as shown in the figure. An image is formed as a result of these three parameters. These 3 parameters together make the Exposure triangle. Nowadays, most of the digital cameras/point and shoot cameras will give you access to control these three parameters. A Digital SLR camera would help you to gain a better control over these.
The main advantage of using a DSLR camera is its ability to change lens. How do you choose a lens? Let us have a look at the different types of camera lenses for DSLR cameras.
Lenses are categorized on the basis of 2 factors: the aperture opening, and angle of view.
Taking the photo of a bird is not an easy task, as it will not come and pose for you. Here patience is the key.
If you are interested in bird photography then you must have lots of patience. You will have to wait for a long time to get the perfect shot. Before going to any place for photographing birds, first, you should learn the types of birds found in that region. Then you must have a general idea of their behavior and routines. This will help you to get the perfect shot.
The zoo is one of the best places to start practicing wildlife photography. There are many challenges you will face while trying to get that perfect shot. The biggest hurdle will be the enclosures or cages in which animals are kept in. The cages differ from one zoo to another. In some zoos, animals like deer, bear, and monkeys are kept in cages made of strong wire meshes and in other places metal-barred enclosures are used. The important thing to note here is the size of the opening in the mesh. You will have a hard time if the opening is very small. Nowadays, most zoos replicate the natural surroundings of the animals inside their enclosures. This will help you in getting better pictures.