The larger the aperture in a camera is the hole or opening through which light travels this part of the camera is called an iris.
Tips on How to Use our Disposable Camera
We have been distributing quite a few cameras lately without conducting our famous workshop to offer tips in person regarding the camera.
Documentary Photography Lesson 1
Documentary photography is often used to incite political and social change due to its ability to capture the “true” nature of an image or location.
Documentary Photography Lesson 2
"In documentary photojournalism, it is wrong to alter the content of a photograph in any way (electronically, or in the darkroom) that deceives the public." ...
"In documentary photojournalism, it is wrong to alter the content of a photograph in any way (electronically, or in the darkroom) that deceives the public." The motto of the NPPA.
It is difficult to take images at night and in low light, but to do so, is the fun challenge in photography! Once, you set out and “practice” you will find your technique and afterwords there will be not a time in the day when you think, “I cannot take a photography because of the light!”
The rule of thirds helps you to produce better images. It is something most people learn in beginning photography classes and is a useful rule to remember when framing your subject! Of course, rules can be broken, but if you break this rule, remember the rule and know why you are breaking it!
The word “photography” is French derived from the Greek language, in English it means “drawing from light”. Photography is really all about light and how the camera works.
In a camera, light travels from the object to the sensor in film cameras. The light goes through the lens to the sensor.
our film or digital sensor. If the image is too dark, then the exposure was too short.
Jeffrey Pine - Adams
Jeffrey Pine, Sentinel Dome - 1940. Adams too this image with his 4" x 5" view camera. Today, the hike up the Mist Trail to Vernal Fall is short, accessible, and heavily trafficked. John Muir, in his book "
Moonrise - Adams
Moonrise, Hernadez, New Mexico - Was one of his most famous. The ititial publication of Moonrise was in U.S. Camera 1943 annual. For nearly 40 years, Adams re-interpreted the image using the latest darkroom equipment at his disposal, making over 1,300 unique prints, mostly in 16" x 20" format.
Photo Bucket List
"How about you? Do you have a photography bucket list? Starting one should be easy. It doesn’t have to be a formal list or look a certain way. You can make it anyway you like.
Autumn Moon - Adams
1948, the images was taken from Glacier Point at Yosemite National park on September 15 at around 7:03 pm. Adams is famous for recording details in this image.
I must write about Adams, Ansel Adams has been the environmental legendary photographer who captured Americas beauty through the lens. He is known for his black and white photographs that resound with shadows and light. In my opinion, he has been one of the best photographers in our American history.
Tips for Beautiful Landscapes
There are many types of landscapes. Rivers, mountains, forests, desert, swamps and each place has their own personality. Find that personality, why is the Negev desert different than the Sahara desert? You want to reflect that in your image. Don’t just take an image of a bunch of sand blowing in the wind. Your image needs to show the places distinct beauty.
How to Avoid Camera Shake
Why do my images turn out blurry? It is called camera shake, we all have shaky hands. To get a good sharp image:.....
Tips for Outdoor Photography
Outdoor photography is similar to landscape photography. But more than landscape, you take images of mother- nature, animals, trees, or water!
Here are some quick tips to help you get out of the box:
Quick Lesson on Camera Filters
You can get some really nice and creative effects using filters during the actual shooting, rather than using your processing software. The filters are used normally for color correction, to compensate the effects of lighting that is not balanced.
Perspectives in Photography
Photography is not only cropping, cleaning and auto balancing your image to make that great shot. However, I understand that in commercial, portrait, and creative photography, cropping, resetting, and altering the images is the norm. Who wants to look at an advertisement for beauty cream with the face all blotchy and full of pimples?
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