Category Archives: Explained

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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DSLR Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera from the top

DSLR Full Form & Why Is It Called So? | Explained

DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. But have you ever wondered why the camera is called so? It is simple really. The medium used to record the captured images is Digital and not film..

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Photograph of a woman painting an image of a lady with a hat

Rule Of Thirds As Applied In Photography | Explained

The Rule of Thirds is basically a dumbed-down, distilled, composite version of many principles which actually pertained to paintings. It is very simple…

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Colors RGB Histogram Of An Image Of A Bird

How To Leverage Histogram Explained | Plain & Simple

The histogram is the most efficient and reliable way of evaluating exposure in photography. The LCD at the back of our cameras do NOT always tell the truth.

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Back button focus reassigned to the AE-L/AF-L button

Back Button Focus | Control Your Autofocus Like You Never Have

Back button focusing is a way to reassign the autofocusing control from the default half-pressed shutter button to another button at the back of the camera.

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Couple doing fireworks photography at Disney's Boardwalk Resort, Kissimmee, United States

How To Photograph Fireworks The Easy Way | A Step By Step Guide

The basic principle of fireworks shooting is, secure the camera the best you can and then keep the shutter open only till you see the crackers. That is all

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color pencils of various colors lying horizontally with a camera held by a hand

White Balance For Beginners | A Comprehensive Guide

In the simplest way possible, white balance is the process of reproducing the colors of the image the way you saw it with your naked eyes when you took the image.

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