Aperture, Shutter speed, and ISO form the basic building blocks in photography. These 3 parameters together create the exposure for the image. So, you must be able to control these 3 parameters according to the lighting conditions. There will be situations where you will have to use higher and lower aperture values. So, you should know the change caused by different aperture values. In this guide, I will explain what aperture is all about and how to set it for photography.
Photographing good waterfall images can be tricky, especially if you are a newbie in photography. You can capture great waterfall images if you know the right camera settings.In this guide, I will share the technique and tips to capture beautiful waterfall images. Read More
The rule of thirds in photography is well-known, some would say the infamous thumb rule of photo composition. If you are a beginner in photography, then this rule is for you. Beginners in photography can use this rule as a starting point to compose their pictures. I will explain the rule of thirds photography composition technique in detail in this guide.
It is possible to transform a dull picture into an interesting one by cropping the image. One main reason for this transformation is the change in the composition of the image.
Taking a good photograph of a moon can be a little tricky. If you don’t expose it properly, then you will end up in a bright circular white spot popularly known as the white blob. So, let us see how to photograph the moon correctly with all the details? I will explain everything about moon photography, which includes the camera, lens, camera settings, moon photography tips, and the post-processing part.
White balance is actually the process involving the removal of unwanted color casts from the picture. Only the right camera white balance settings can give you the right color temperature. It is the white balance, which sets the mood of the picture. So, understanding camera white balance settings is essential.
If you want the photograph to look and feel good then there should not be any blur in your image. In order to make sure that you take blur-free images, you should know the factors that cause image blur.
Image blur is caused due to many reasons. Firstly, the shutter speed selection. If you are shooting with your camera hand-held then if you go for a slow shutter speed. This can result in an image blur. Secondly, if you are capturing the image at a higher F-number, without using a tripod then you may end up in a blurred image.
If your interest is in photographing beautiful landscapes, you must consider picking up a Graduated Neutral Density filter. So, what is the use of the Grad ND filter? How does it really help to improve your pictures? Also, How to use one? I will share the answers to all these questions through this guide. If you are looking to buy a grad ND filter, you will find this guide very useful.
A filter is one of the important photography accessories, especially for a landscape photographer. There are different types of camera filters available in the market. Each of these camera filters is designed to do a specific job. They come in different shapes and sizes.
On 23rd April 2012, Adobe announced Photoshop CS6 and CS6 extended. The price comes around 999$ for the pack. There is a great improvement in the speed of operation. A major change has been in the user interface. Now, it looks almost like the Adobe Lightroom, with a greyish touch. This is a customisable one. So, you can customise it according to your preferences. Improvements were there in raw image processing.