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Of Aperture 1year autorenewal

Knowing when and how to adjust your aperture is a powerful tool in any photographer’s bag of tricks. One way to see how aperture will affect your images is to take every picture twice – once with a low F value and once with a high one. 185 more words

Exercise 2.6

Use a combination of wide angle apertures, long focal lengths and close viewpoints to take number of photographs with shallow depth of field.

As expected the smaller aperture (larger f-number) the deeper depth of field is. 151 more words

Learning Log


Troll Country, Sweden

This is what awaits you when you set off into the countryside from Hätteboda Wilderness Campground in the Småland region of southern Sweden. Did you see something moving?


star effects | double

A few weeks ago a fellow blogger asked me how you get the star effects on artificial light in night photos. That person thought it was a stupid question, but I disagree. 113 more words


The End of Creating & Publishing Digi Media!

It’s week 12, meaning the end of the module. The final task was my Photography Portfolio. I had to gather all my best images taken throughout the module and present them. 182 more words


What Aperture Settings Should I Use?

In a previous post, we discussed what each of the different focal lengths were usually used for and it gave a good perspective on what setting to use when you are just starting out. 307 more words

Quick Tips

Raindrops and their upside down world

“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” 184 more words