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difference between CCD and CMOS sensor

Know the Difference Between CCD and CMOS Sensor

A lot of information has been given about the differences between CCD and CMOs sensors for images. Most of it has been about the cost considerations of both, but it is a lot more beyond that. It is indeed complicated to understand which one is the better alternative but the below given write up will […]

reasons why you should be shooting in RAW

Top Reasons Why you Should be Shooting in RAW

If you are a photography enthusiast or a photographer, then you must have heard over and over again that you should be shooting in RAW. RAW is basically a file format which captures all of the image data which is recorded by the sensor when you click a photograph. As compared to shooting in JPEG, […]

hyperfocal distance in photography

All You Need to Know about Hyperfocal Distance in Photography

Hyperfocal distance is a term often used when talking about photography and is a term which most photographers would have heard for before. When the camera is focused at the hyperfocal distance, maximum sharpness from half this distance all the way to infinity can be ensured. The concept of hyperfocal distance is mainly used in […]

shutter speed and fps

Understanding the Differences between Shutter Speed And Fps

Clicking pictures is a hobby for some while passion for others. However, in order to capture some of the WOW pictures you need to know various technical aspects of your camera like shutter speed, ISO, aperture and other functions. Knowing the differences between shutter speed and FPS is also important to make proper use of […]

Top Ten Reviews on Digital Photo Printing

Top Ten Reviews on Digital Photo Printing

It makes no sense to take beautiful photos in digital format if you can’t print them. This is why you could be looking for the top ten reviews digital photo printing. HP Photosmart C310A In this case the max resolution color is of 9600×2400 dpi and the max media size is of 8.5×11 inches. You […]

One Shot and AI Servo Focusing Modes

The Difference Between One-Shot and AI Servo Focusing Modes

If you own a digital SLR camera you may have noticed there is an option for taking “one shot” photos as well as AI servo, which are basically two different methods of focusing. The standard or default setting is one shot and is typically the most used method. In this method, if you hold the shutter button […]


How Histograms Help Read Exposures

There’s a section on the menus of digital cameras for histograms and these are basically small graphs. However, many casual photographers aren’t really sure what they’re used for or how to read them. Basically, a histogram can be very useful tool for photographers as they produce a quick summary of an image’s tonal range. The […]

Knowing When Not to Use the Camera’s Flash

Knowing When Not to Use the Camera’s Flash

Knowing when not to use your camera’s flash device in photography is just as important as knowing when to use it. This is because the flash unit has a limited range and if you’re taking a photo of anything that’s out of this range they won’t turn out like you hope. Basically, a typical flash […]

The Advantages of Auto ISO

The Advantages of Auto ISO

One of the biggest advantages of digital photography is that you can quickly change the ISO setting in a digital camera. When using a film camera, the film comes in a designated ISO such as 100 or 200, and that means all of the photos on the roll must be shot at that setting, unless […]

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 […]