Tag Archives: Histogram

common problems beginner photographers face and their quick fixes

How to Troubleshoot 7 of the Most Common Beginner-level Problems

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.

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How to scan and digitize film negatives at home for free

How To Scan Negatives & Digitize Old Films For Free

All you need to convert your old film negatives to photographs is a camera, the phone you are reading this on, and a photo editor software. In under three minutes or less, you can get one negative done quite easily.

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Manual mode dial on the top of the camera or the M Mode

How To Embrace The Manual Mode Like A Pro | For Beginners

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.

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Desert with a tree during sunset

Starburst Effect | How To Create One With Any Light [Day/Night]

At the heart of any starburst effect is a small, bright source of light which is surrounded by a relatively dark area. To make one for yourself dial a small aperture opening. This is crucial.

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Large billboard in New York

How To Upscale Your Images By 200% For Free | Super Resolution

No need to buy any additional gear. All you need is a bunch of images and an image editor that supports layers. Super Resolution creates fantastic results.

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Top view of the exposure compensation dial on a sony mirrorless camera

How To Use Exposure Compensation To Gain Control Of The Exposure

Exposure compensation is a simple process using which the photographer can override the camera’s automated settings for a particular image in order to correct or achieve some creative look…

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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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