Low Light Photography

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Jul 222015
 

You may come across low light conditions not only at night but also in museums, cathedrals or restaurants. Shooting in low light has its own challenges. Here are a few tips on how to get the best results while photographing in low light.

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Mushroom and Cheese Pizza

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Take Sharper Photos

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Sep 102013
 
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Photos look best when they are sharp and clear. Our camera and lens decisions impact on the sharpness and depth of field. All our shots, even with the best cameras, may not turn out sharp. Here are some ways in which you can get the images you aim for.

What causes soft images

The main reasons why one ends up with a soft photo are camera shake, subject motion and focus errors.

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Take Better Photos with a Phone Camera

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Jul 042013
 
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Almost everyone has a mobile phone. A camera is a standard feature in all mobile phones. Camera phones are with you most of the time. It is easily accessed from your pocket or bag. In 2012, 221 million handsets were shipped in India, a growth of 20.8%. Here’s how to Continue reading »

Camera Settings for Landscape Photography

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May 082013
 

Your digital SLR camera can capture the mystery and grandeur of a place for an image worth framing. The following tips can help you to produce attractive landscape pictures.

Depth of Field

You will use the camera either in manual mode or aperture priority mode. To bring most of the scene into focus, aperture has to be kept small so that the depth of field is big.  It is best to keep the f/stop between f/8 and f/11. If the f/stop is higher than f/11, you could see some loss of sharpness.

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Warm Evening

Wide Angle Lenses

Wide-angle lenses, 24 to 35 mm, are preferred for landscape photography because they can show a broader view, and therefore Continue reading »

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