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The Best Reads for a Digital Photographer

The Best Reads for a Digital Photographer

Buy a camera, take some pictures, and you’re done being a photographer? No, not really. Becoming agood photographer takes more than just a camera and some photos randomly taken. First of all the person in question must have solid knowledge regarding the art of photography and also the technology involved in the activity. You could learn […]

Choosing a Suitable Camera for Sports Photography

Choosing a Suitable Camera for Sports Photography

Sports photography has come a long way since the introduction of digital cameras. It’s quite a bit easier now, but you still need to make sure you have a camera that can handle the fast action of sporting events. This is especially true considering that each sport has somewhat different requirements. Most compact point and shoot […]

Learning the Technique of Bounce Flash

Learning the Technique of Bounce Flash

Most of today’s digital cameras come with a built-in flash unit. However, a portable one will allow you to take some pretty creative shots. A creative technique in flash photography is known as bounce or bouncing. When you bounce the light it can actually improve the light quality in your images. Bouncing the flash will enable […]

Enjoying Basic Astrophotography

Enjoying Basic Astrophotography

If you’ve never heard of Astrophotography you’re not the only one. It is a type of photography that combines elements of astronomy, nature, art, and science. You might actually be familiar with astrophotography under another name, such as celestial, night-sky, or astronomical photography. Astrophotography is pretty challenging as you’re trying to capture an image of […]

The Inverse Square Law and the Digital Photography

The Inverse Square Law and the Digital Photography

Photography is an art. This fact is undeniable. Nonetheless the artists might be faced with the situation when they have to learn a little something about sciences like physics. There are numerous laws of physics that are used in photography, and one of them is the inverse square law. The name of the law doesn’t really […]

Digital-Restoring

Restoring Film Images, Digitally

There was actually a time when cameras used film, as the digital age is still relatively new. However, if you have any old film photographs that are in poor condition, you can repair them and bring them back to life by using digital technology. Use a flatbed scanner If you want to repair an old […]

How Many Megapixels Are Enough?

How Many Megapixels Are Enough?

A lot of digital camera manufacturers boast about the model’s megapixel capabilities. But when it comes to digital photography more megapixels doesn’t always equal better quality photos. Actually, it’s somewhat a myth. You don’t necessarily need a camera with a huge amount of megapixels to capture good images. Most point-and-shoot digital cameras these days range […]

How to Fix a Boring Sky You Captured in the Picture?

How to Fix a Boring Sky You Captured in the Picture?

How to ruin the perfect picture? There are numerous things that might do this for you and in the majority of the cases it isn’t the fault of the photographer. A beautiful landscape is always worth to be photographed, but there is nothing you can do about the weather. A boring weather could make an […]

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How to Fix a Boring Sky You Captured in the Picture?

How to ruin the perfect picture? There are numerous things that might do this for you and in the majority of the cases it isn’t the fault of the photographer. A beautiful landscape is always worth to be photographed, but there is nothing you can do about the weather. A boring weather could make an […]

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Experimenting at 1/20th of a Second

There are so many options in photography that it’s hard to experiment with everything that’s possible. However, slowing your shutter speed down to 1/20th of a second will allow you to be creative and get some excellent shots with some interesting effects. For instance, you can cause intentional blur in images such as waterfalls and […]