Have you ever noticed the nice blurry background in your pictures? Do you know what creates such an effect in your photos? In this article, we will go through Shallow Depth of field (DOF) in photography which is responsible for such nice background in photos. As a photographer, this will be a complete guide for you to understand the effects of shallow depth of field in photos and how to produce it.
As Nature and Travel photographer, you would be more dependent on natural light photography than on artificial light. So, let us see the different types of natural light which you can make use of as a photographer. After reading this article, you would have a clear understanding of natural light photography, and you will be able to predict the light conditions during different times of day and night.
Many of my friends have gone through the situation where they have forgot the location from which they have captured the image. It occurred to me many times when I browse through my old pictures. During the early days of digital photography, there was no method to embed the photo location into the photo.So, if the photographer wants to record the location, he needs to note it down somewhere, which is not a good process to follow.Things have changed a lot now. Higher end cameras and even some mid-range cameras are coming with Geotagging feature, a handy feature for many photographers. Let us see What is Geotagging? How to enable Geotagging in Camera and the various advantages of Geotagging photos.Read More
Almost 80 percent of the photographers, be it amateur or professional, owns a Nifty fifty lens. Nifty fifty lens is nothing but the alternate name for the most popular 50mm f/1.8 lens for DSLR cameras. It comes with a maximum aperture value of f/1.8. There are other 50mm prime lenses which comes with f/1.4 and f/1.2 apertures in both Canon and Nikon. But these lenses are very costly when compared to the f/1.8 version.
I have seen two types of photographers. One who doesn’t like to use camera lens hood as it makes the camera look bulky. The others use it as a fashion accessory rather than a camera accessory. So, let us find out, what is camera lens hood? When to use it and when not to use it?
I have seen many photographers buying a UV filter, just after purchasing a new DSLR camera. So, my question is Why are you buying a UV Filter? Do you really need it for your DSLR camera? Let us find out.