Category Archives: Classics

ISO the primary pillar of camera exposure triangle

The Last Guide About ISO You Will Ever Need

ISO is actually NOT an acronym. It is a word which is pronounced “Eye-So”. It is a measure of the degree of sensitiveness of the camera sensor to light.

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How to do hyperlapse photography

Hyperlapse Photography | How To Create An Amazing One For Yourself

Shooting a hyperlapse is all about understanding a few basic principles and then following the recipe. NO more, no less! It simply is much easier than it..

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silhouette photography with a black background and a blue circle and a man standing in front of it.

How To Shoot Gorgeous Silhouette Photographs | From Start To Finish

If we allow the automatic systems of the camera to run, it would definitely cause the image to wash out. To properly expose for a silhouette photograph…

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human eyes with a red and blue color light falling on it

Is Photography Killing Your Eyes? | Here Is How You Can Protect Them

Photography is a wonderful hobby to have that is if you have the gift that is your eyesight. Having to look at screens are silently killing your eyes. Save

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Landscape image of a mountain range explaining the plane of focus

Subject Distance & Aperture Value | This Is What You Should Know

Depth Of Field is NOT fixed for a particular aperture value. This is a classic mistake that most new photographers make. Actually DoF is dependent on the…

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a photographer with a camera on a mountain top with clouds and a rainbow in the background

How To Photograph Rainbows | A Complete Beginner’s Guide

Rainbows can really can act as a fascinating catalyst which can radically transform an otherwise mundane image into something magical. They are very finicky

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Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens for Canon Cameras. The Nifty Fifty lens

6 Reasons Why The “Nifty Fifty” Is The Next Upgrade From Your Kit Lens

We photographers refer to the classic 50mm prime lens as the “Nifty Fifty”. “Nifty” because is it one of the most versatile, sharp, all-around lens that you

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F-stop vs T=stops explained

F-stops Vs T-Stops | Which One Should You Use?

In the world of photography, you really wouldn’t see T-stops used in many places.However in video/filmmaking sphere,all you WILL see are T-stops.This is why

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Long exposure image of a bridge with red and white light streaks of passing by cars

An Introduction To Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography refers to any such technique for taking an image where the shutter speed employed was longer than what was necessary for a steady.

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Camera Manufacturers and their respective camera mounts used to attach the lens to the camera body

Lens Mount | What You Should Know Before Buying A New Lens

Lens mount is an interface which helps connect a camera body with a compatible lens. It is what connects the lens both mechanically and electronically..

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