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In Focus: Camera Basics

Confused over what terms such as “shutter speed”, “aperture”, “ISO speed”,”exposure compensation”,”white balance” mean? Have no fear – our Camera Basics series take you through each of these important fundamental concepts of photography, so that you won’t only get to know your camera better, but also have a better idea of how you can tweak camera modes and settings to get amazing shots! 1,007 more words


The basics of shooting in manual mode on your DSLR camera - put simple!!

So many people these days buy a decent dslr camera & shoot on auto 24/7. While you will get good images this way, if you want to really take control of your shot & experiment with different effects, you need to be shooting on manual mode! 972 more words

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Dog helps adviser enhance photography skills

After picking up a camera when I was 16 and working with them for the past ten years, I wasn’t really sure if there was much left for me to learn walking through an introductory photography lesson. 543 more words


Why I Only Shoot in RAW and What You Need To Know About Shooting JPEG

There’s this debate that’s been going on between photographers since Digital Photography became famous. Do I shoot in RAW? Do I shoot JPEG? What’s better? Now, I can’t speak for everyone. 707 more words

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ISO measures the sensitivity the image sensor. The lower the number is, the less sensitive your camera is to light and how finer the grain is. 65 more words

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Aperture? Whats that you may ask, well aperture is an opening, hole, or gap, that can be made bigger or smaller by turning a dial, this will make pictures blurry, focused, blurry background or everything focused. 86 more words

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Which Picture Profile To Use? Creating Unique Style

What’s going on friends! I’m back with a new video, talking about something i’m constantly debating on, “WHICH PICTURE PROFILE TO USE”? There’s so many out there that give you a filmic look with MORE dynamic range and there’s also the built in profiles every camera has, which to choose? 348 more words

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