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(July 21, 2007) Using your digital camera to adjust the Depth of Field is a power technique you can use to produce remarkable pictures. What is Depth of Field? Depth of Field can be defined as what do you want to focus in your picture, such as in front of, behind of, the point of focus. This means that, do you ..
(July 08, 2007) It was not too long ago when Digital Camera was not available you will have to bring rolls of films together with your manual SLR (single-lens reflex) camera. The difficult part was to decide many rolls to bring? Bringing too less rolls will deprived you from taking too less pictures while bring ..
(June 14, 2007) If you care to examine and look carefully at some of the photos on buildings, you may realize that they tend to slant backward or have the falling over effects. You might think that this is purposefully created, or you are not bothered by it at all. Well, in fact, this is a common problem when ..
(June 08, 2007) When we talk about landscape photography, we usually think about countryside or nature. We think about the vast valley, waterfall, desert or the forest. How about our urban landscapes filled with skyscrapers? Are we doing our architects a disservice by not capturing their creations? If you have ..
(June 07, 2007) Where to place your subject in the photo? Do you place it at the center? This is usually what we will tend to do. When we are confronted with an awesome view, it is our naturally instinct to point our camera right at the face of our subject and capture it. We care less about the overall composition .
(June 03, 2007) While reading though the December 2006 edition of Popular Photography, a picture by Bill Falk caught my eyes. It was a part of the Wind-Hover Hall of the Quadracci Pavilion of the Milwaukee Art Museum designed Santiago Calatrava. Bill said that he did not receive any professional photo training and .
(June 02, 2007) During any photography sessions, we always hope for good weather and lighting. When the sky is dark and gloomy, we pray for just a little light in hope of taking a decent picture. We are almost always delighted when we have a clear daylight with lots of sunshine when we take out our camera. After ..
(May 26, 2007) It is not uncommon to shake our hands when we press the camera shutter. After all, we are not tripods or robots that can be hundred percent still especially when we are handling a camera. When you are doing a normal aim and shoot with autofocus, it is usually not a problem where light sources are ..
(May 19, 2007) What you see through the viewfinder of your camera will be captured in the photo when you snap. So, before you snap on the shutter button, please make sure whatever is in the viewfinder is what you want to see and capture. To take great pictures, you will need to pay attention to the details on the .
(May 08, 2007) The two essential equipment you need to bring along for your landscape photography session are Filters and a Tripod. These two equipment will help you to capture the scene with the right color balance. At the right light conditions, you will not need a strong-colored filters. Therefore, use filters .
(May 03, 2007) When you are faced with a landscape before you, where should you point your camera lens too? Where are your points of reference and which objects should be the focus points? To have a good composition within the photo, you will need to know how to make use of some simple techniques to get the best ..