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Chaos in Washington DC
posted by indy2320 - 18th of october, 2013
By now most people have probably heard about all the chaos occurring in the Washington area in the last few months.With the shootings at the Washington Navy Yard,a woman being killed by police near the nation's Capitol building and... More...
Good Exposure for Landscape Photography
posted by illuminativisual - 3rd of june, 2013
The traditional triad of ISO, aperture and shutter speed is the determinant of exposure. Appropriate selection of these three parameters will ensure the optimum exposure to record a scene as desired. Selecting exposure settings that... More...
Get your priorities right!
posted by robinstockphotos - 4th of january, 2013
We often come across a great opportunity for that perfect shot but either miss it or capture it wrong if we are new to serious photography. Here's a little list of things I'd suggest. Most of these are already taken care of by your... More...
Extreme inspiration
posted by kimdeadman - 24th of june, 2012
I recently went to a photography exhibition at the Metropoliatan Museum of Photography while on holiday in Tokyo. I found it by chance while filling in time between some other activities, but it turned out to be a big source of inspiration.... More...
Exposure settings to shoot action
posted by illuminativisual - 22nd of february, 2012
Exposure settings: As a rule of thumb, you need a shutter speed of around 1/1000 sec to capture action like a bird taking off, sports, jets etc. The relative speed of the subject will increase if you are close to it. It will also depend... More...
Lessons from a Newbie
posted by kringstad - 28th of december, 2011
Last weekend I was lucky enough to get ahold of some tickets to a Minnesota Timberwolves games (professional basketball). Our group was sitting in the third row which was only a could of feet/meters away from the action. I only brought... More...
First experience with shooting fireworks...
posted by igordabari - 11th of march, 2011
I always dremt to take photograpy of a firework. And finally I managed to do this. Unfortunately, fireworks are very short events and it is not possible to change spot adjusting for the best view. One does not know EXACTLY where it... More...
Aperture And How It Will Effect Your Images
posted by rebeccaosborn - 30th of october, 2009
Ok, so the last blog i posted, i wrote about how your exposure effects your image. There are 3 main things that will effect your exposure.. these are your Aperture, Shutter Speed and your ISO. To make this blog NOT be 10 pages... More...
Basic Canon Rebel XT
posted by ladykassie - 31st of december, 2007
Settings for your Rebel Just to have a better understanding for the settings for your Canon Rebel .. ;0)
When getting a new computer....
posted by kenneystudios - 16th of november, 2007
... check your monitor settings. In a carry-over from yesterday's events (Stock Image -vs- Snapshot), I learned another valuable lesson as well. I am used to working on my desktop computer, where I have already spent painstaking... More...
Taking Things for Granted
posted by thefinalmiracle - 21st of august, 2007
I have always been possessive about my music instruments, vehicles, computer and cameras. But still a person like me being careless is something no one around me will believe, but I did end up in a huge trouble lately which made me... More...
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