Category Archives: Explained

Reciprocal rule Photography written with a blurry image of a yellow taxi in the background

Reciprocal Rule | A Simple Way To Avoid Blurry Images

The reciprocal rule in photography is a simple guideline which suggests shutter speeds for lenses of specific focal length, so as to avoid blur. It is very simple to set it up…

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internal mechanics of a digital camera exposed with a magnification glass held above it

Auto ISO | Everything You Need To Know

Auto ISO is a function using which a digital camera can be programmed to shuffle between a range of user-defined ISO values to maintain exposure. But should

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Orbiting hyperlapse that can be used for videos and instagram

How To Shoot & Edit An Orbiting Hyperlapse

Orbiting hyperlapse is one of the most cool video trick that you can use for instagram. It is preety simple to shoot and process. Like a regular hyperlapse

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How to whiten yellow teeth in Photoshop under two minutes

How To Whiten Yellow Teeth Quickly Using Photoshop

The secret lies in selecting the yellow teeth perfectly. Once you make a proper and precise selection all you have to do is just move around the sliders…

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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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Moire Pattern And its solution

What Is Moire? | How To Best Deal With This Nuisance

Moiré is an geometric artifact generally caused when trying to create a visual representation of a physical subject which has some closely clustured pattern

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looking through the viewfinder of a film camera

Optical & Electronic Viewfinders | Everything You Need To Know

Having spent a substantial amount of time using the two very different types of viewfinders, here is what I think. The EVF no doubt is modern but the OVF is.

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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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