Things I learn while shooting for stock - Part 1: out on the streets


posted on 8th of april, 2016

When I first handled a digital camera, I did not know to surf the internet for information on camera operations, nor how to look for information on understanding the concepts and relations between shutter speed, aperture and ISO. The internet wasn't saturated with such information back then. It was 10 years and more long time ago.

Even when I got my first DSLR, making full use of the camera's setting was alien to me too. I had joined group outings to shoot photos of people but that wasn't fruitful in terms of learning photography for me either.Things changed when I started shooting for Dreamstime. Out in the streets shooting stills, I began to understand the function of the aperture priority mode and perfect it on a personal level. I learn not to always use the widest aperture as the options of shooting...

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Posted by Unteroffizier on April 13, 2016
Yes never stop learning! I am also fascinated with objects. Give me a chance to shot freely in a shop on the products I can do it the whole day.
Posted by Debratos on April 12, 2016
"Never stop learning" thanks for the reminder! And, nice portfolio.
Posted by Unteroffizier on April 11, 2016
Hi Saulute123, thank you.



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