Tag Archives: Basic

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…

Read more

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.

Read more

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

Read more

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.

Read more

A white storm trooper cleaning a camera with an earbud

How To Clean Your Camera In Three Simple Steps

Leaning to clean your own camera is a very valuable asset to have. It should not take you more than 30 mins for you to complete and you can do it anywhere

Read more

DSLR Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera from the top

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

In “DSLR” the letter ‘D’ stands for digital. It is because the final format in which the image is recorded is digital and NOT on photographic film. ‘S’ is..

Read more

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…

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more

Nikon Release Mode Dial

Nikon Release Mode Dial

Release Mode Dial are commonly found in Nikon manufactured cameras which allow the user to select various settings for when the shutter button is released..

Read more

10/13

Aperture Buzz Email Popup

Subscribe For Blazing Fast Updates