12 Concepts You Need To Know Before You Take Your First Image | Quick Start Guide
Start on the right foot. Getting the absolutely fundamental principles of photography right would save you a lot of time and heartburn in the long run. Here is all you need to know before you press the shutter for the first time.
Auto ISO | Everything You Need To Know
Auto ISO is a function using which a digital camera can be programmed to shuffle between a range of user-defined ISO values to maintain exposure. But should
How To Shoot & Edit An Orbiting Hyperlapse
Orbiting hyperlapse is one of the most cool video trick that you can use for instagram. It is preety simple to shoot and process. Like a regular hyperlapse
Hyperlapse Photography | How To Create An Amazing One For Yourself
Shooting a hyperlapse is all about understanding a few basic principles and then following the recipe. NO more, no less! It simply is much easier than it..
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
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…
Focus Breathing | The Unsaid Problem Of Many Lenses
Put very simply, focus breathing is the tendency of a lens to automatically zoom out when changing focus from infinity to a close subject or vice versa.
Magic Lantern | Unlock Your Canon Camera’s Full Potential For Free
Magic Lantern software lets you use all the features and functionality that your camera originally came with but was NOT available for you to use because Canon greedily restricted them so that you are forced to buy the ‘better’ and surprisingly expensive camera to get a few additional features. It is pretty easy…
Neutral Density Filters | All You Need To Know
Neutral Density filter or ND filter is a solution for situations when the light is very bright. It helps to bring down the intensity of all the light that enters the camera but does so..