Painting with Light

How I think they achieved this photo was by having a very slow shutter speed. They had people draw these in the back when the person was taking the photo. They had to draw really fast because the shutterspeed thing doesn’t last that long. I applauded them for how fast they did this because if […]

Raw v. JPEG

  The difference between Raw v. JPEG is the size. The Raw photo covers every detail giving control to the editor, while JPEG has more advantage when it comes to the size, this is because the data they have is compressed. I believe the raw file is bigger. You can change Raw file into a […]

Studio Portraits

1.The purpose of the main light it is the principal source of light in a photograph, particularly in a studio setup, casting the dominant shadows and defining the texture and volume of the subject. 2. The purpose of the fill light is to fill in the shadows created by the main light. The fill light is […]

Depth of Field

By choosing how much depth of field to have in your shot, you can focus the viewer’s attention in a specific place. This makes depth of field control one of the most important creative decisions that a photographer makes. Depth of field is controlled by changing the aperture setting on your camera. You control the […]

Digital Camera modes

Automatic Mode: Helps select the best shutter speed for your camera. Portrait Mode: It helps select the best shutter speed for the camera. Macro Mode: This mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close up picture. Landscape Mode: It sets the camera up with a small aperture (large number) to […]

DSLR intro

Mirror system inside lets you preview through the viewfinder the same image that is being captured on film/sensor​ Less than 21 mm is for extreme wide angle and for architecture zoom vs. focus HIGH ISO value means the sensor will be MORE sensitive to light, meaning it will take LESS LIGHT to get the right exposure​ The shutter in a camera […]