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  • ISO aperture setting shutter

    by Lazar_x | 22nd of November, 2008

    For the exposure to be correct, there are three variables that must be balanced: ISO speed : This is sensitivity to light of the sensor array. It defines the total amount of light that required. It is sometimes referred to as the film speed equivalent. Aperture setting:... More
  • The texture of the flower

    by J6789 | 30th of April, 2008

    In the end of august 2007, I got to environs to shut and the weather of the day is not good without sunlight. In side of a pond I find this flower and its texture, color is very nice. I had shut it. See Article
  • An interesting experience of photography for travel

    by J6789 | 29th of April, 2008

    In the end of september 2007, I went to Shanghai in China for a meeting of science. This is a science meeting of hospital management and my paper was ppublished in the book of this meeting. In one day's dusk,I take the Nikon D80 go to the Waitan side of Huangpu river and... More
  • Got light trails?

    by Arenacreative | 15th of February, 2008

    Abstract light trails are some of my most favorite shots - there's nothing like playing with slow shutterspeed. See Article
  • Dialogue With My Better Self

    by Maigi | 15th of November, 2007

    Since I have been sick and home couple of days, and today was my last day at home, I decided to have some fun with my camera, and try long, very long shutter speeds. My exploration ended up with this image... huh, I can't include it to the post... well, it is now on my profile... More
  • My first day at college in photography

    by Homeriscool | 16th of October, 2007

    Hi all, I did write a blog last week stating that i was starting college next week (today) and was asking you opinions on what to expect. well that day arrived today it is only part time evening course and i am starting late actually 3 weeks into the course already,but its... More
  • Exposure, Shutter, Aperture and Background

    by Aryanimagery | 14th of September, 2007

    Lot of time we face problems while taking picture because of cluttered background and bokeh lights. I have devised for myself few rules that help me to get rid of these things, 1. Depending upon the light, I narrow the aperture that is increase the f number and also sometime... More
  • Make a List... Check it Twice... and Check What's on the List, too.

    by South12th | 27th of July, 2007

    I was recently asked to photograph a celestial event for a friend -- one that occurs only every 18 years. I was thrilled but also a little apprehensive. I'd have one shot to get it right. I made a list of everything I needed. And I checked it again and again as the day... More

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