Blurry images, photographs coming out too dark or too bright, inaccurate colors, or the pop-up flash blazing the image completely. No, you are not the first one to face all these problems. And there are quick fixes for all of them.
The Brenzier Method or portrait panorama is a simple technique used to incorporate a wide field of view while shooting a portrait even when using a telephoto lens.
People live in fear of the Manual Mode all their life, never looking at it closely enough. The truth is, it much much easier to use it than you think. Here is all you need to know.
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.
Understanding Autofocus Modes is crucial for you to master your camera and take tact sharp, beautiful images. When to choose which mode is the question you need to be able to answer…
Getting sharper images out of your camera is much easier than it is made out to be. All comes down to following some simple set of rules. It might be a little hard to….
Depth Of Field is NOT fixed for a particular aperture value. This is a classic mistake that most new photographers make. Actually DoF is dependent on the…
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