Lenses, both those available separately for DSLR cameras, and those built into compact and bridge cameras, come in a wide variety of focal lengths. This article discusses the different focal lengths, what they are suitable for, and the different trade-offs.Read the rest of this entry »
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Along with aperture and shutter speed, ISO is one of the settings on your camera that you can use to affect the brightness (exposure) of your photos. Unlike aperture it won't affect depth of field, and unlike shutter speed, it doesn't affect how quickly (or slowly) an image is captured. However, it can affect image quality by introducing what is known as 'noise'.Read the rest of this entry »
When photographing architecture, it is common to try and photograph the whole building, or maybe a whole room. However, focusing on the smaller details of a building can also make for great photos.
Good subjects for architectural detail shots include items like the decorated bases of columns, pedestals, elaborate door frames, and balustrades.Read the rest of this entry »
The introduction of digital photography has changed many things not the least of which is professional photography. In the past it took several weeks from the time of a sitting to the time a customer was actually able to receive professional photographs.Read the rest of this entry »
Often I am asked, how to best start a photography business? The answer mainly depends on which area of you wish to specialise in photography, or you may decide to be a 'all rounder'.
You should clearly know this before the start of your business. There's nothing as distracting to achieving your goals as constantly jumping from one specialist area to another specialist area; you never make it in anything! You definitely need a plan for your business with targets and goals that you have to work towards.Read the rest of this entry »
Yes, digital photography is dead in the water IF ‘photography’ is taken out of digital photography. As Kodak’s brownie box camera and their Instamatic brought photography to the masses in the 20th century, so the digital camera has done the same in the 21st. But, once the ‘ability to take photos novelty’ wears off, the lack of skills will relegate the digital camera to the hobby drawer.Read the rest of this entry »