Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are.  Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into.  You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding.  I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are. Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into. You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding. I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Photography Tips | How to take photos in low light (skip the aperture priority mode step...it doesn't even make sense)

Photography Tips | How to take photos in low light (skip the aperture priority mode step...it doesn't even make sense)

Using Histograms in Photography – PictureCorrect

Using Histograms in Photography – PictureCorrect

Download your free cheat sheet to help you get off AUTO and start getting more creative photos with your Digital Camera. IT shows you how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance.: by bertha

Download your free cheat sheet to help you get off AUTO and start getting more creative photos with your Digital Camera. IT shows you how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance.: by bertha

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch  Iris brooch made in silver with moving petals. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the shapes of this and several other brooches to see how the shapes would interact. Made with the support of the Arts Council of Wales.   #oxidized silver, #jewelry design, #sterling silver, #jewelry making, #iris, #shutter, #camera eye

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch Iris brooch made in silver with moving petals. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the shapes of this and several other brooches to see how the shapes would interact. Made with the support of the Arts Council of Wales. #oxidized silver, #jewelry design, #sterling silver, #jewelry making, #iris, #shutter, #camera eye

Lenses with higher apertures let more light into your camera -- and let you have more blurring in the background.

Lenses with higher apertures let more light into your camera -- and let you have more blurring in the background.

4)By using a high camera angle gives a point of you that the viewer is looking down at it. It creates a sense the place is a low place eg; third world, down in the dumps etc. which communicates it to be poor, impoverished.

4)By using a high camera angle gives a point of you that the viewer is looking down at it. It creates a sense the place is a low place eg; third world, down in the dumps etc. which communicates it to be poor, impoverished.

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