Reverse Lens is a technique where a normal non-macro lens is attached to the camera reversed to effectively turn it into a macro lens. This works with nearly any camera lens combo and produces excellent results.
To find out the largest print you could make using the files coming out of your camera, all you have to do is find out the image dimensions and then the resolution you want to print in.
Removing people from your images is easier than you think and it takes less than a minute in Photoshop to do it. All you need is a bunch of images of the scene from the same position…
Many modern Mirrorless and DSLR cameras do not have inbuilt GPS modules. But you still can geotag images and see them displayed on a map. It is a simple 2mins process, using Lightroom.
Extended ISO range is a completely artificial, conjured up set of ISO values that are purely created by the camera’s software manipulations. When actually used to take an image, the camera uses the highest native ISO value available and then boosts the exposure using the camera’s image processor.
High key photography is a form of creative imagery which primarily involves photographing the subject against a very bright background with little contrast. Here is all you need to know to get out there and shoot some of your very own high key images.
Camera zebra patterning is an exposure assist tool that is used to identify and highlight areas of the image which are exposed beyond a set threshold limit.
The 35mm lens is undoubtedly a great contender for your travels photography needs. Not only is the lens small and light, it is as versatile as you would want it to be.