Macro or Closeup filters are the cheapest way to shoot macro images. You could easily attach a filter onto any lens you already own and start shooting macro images.
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.
Do your images often turn out to be dark or simply washed out? Here is how to best use Spot, Partial, Centre Weighted, Matrix, Evaluative light metering modes
The P Mode or the Program Mode on modern digital cameras is a semi-automatic mode designed to give back the photographer the option to control a few critical creative settings on the camera…
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.
The Sunny 16 rule is a quick and easy way to ensure correct exposure of the images when shooting on a beautiful sunlit day. All you have to do is set the aperture value to f/16 and
Auto exposure bracketing is the process of taking multiple images of the same scene with some slight change in each image’s exposure levels. Doing this helps…