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Always Shoot in Manual?

When I bought my DSLR 3 years ago, I started seeing the challenge from various photographers to shoot in manual mode. So, I learned how to do just that. 618 more words


Hey, look, it’s abstract art!

That or a doozy of a screw-up photographically.  More likely, this is a photo that was grossly underexposed so that all that came through was pure black. 701 more words

Q&A: Hosting major project in iPhoto

Q I have embarked on a major project to have my lifetime photographic work converted into digital format, and am paying a company to do all the scanning for me. 224 more words


Updating to Aperture 3.6 on El Capitan

Some of us may have not updated Aperture since Yosemite or skipped the Yosemite update, this article is for you.

If you upgraded to El Capitan or Yosemite and still has Aperture of version earlier than 3.6. 95 more words


Photography - Aperture and Depth of Field

In photography, aperture is the size of the hole opened in the lens to allow light to be let in. This is measured in F-stop. The larger the hole in the lens, the shallower the depth of field will be. 364 more words

Aperture Comparison

Our task today was to experiment with different aperture sizes.

A larger aperture size (smaller f number) will blur the background, only keeping the front part of the photograph in focus. 16 more words