By slowing down your shutter speed and adding movement, you can create some amazing and abstract images
A slow shutter speed can create the illusion of movement.
When you experiment with some of the different shutter speeds from fast to slow you open the door to an unlimited variations on creative expression in your images.
By changing shutter speeds when shooting the same view can give you an array of variety that you may not have imagined before in an scene.
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So on my site so far I have gone over some different topics centered around cameras and photography.
Now I would like your input please.
I would like for you to comment below with the type of camera you are currently shooting the most with?
Continue reading What questions about your camera can I help you with?
Different settings and buttons, what do they do?
So with the variety of different digital camera models and brands on the market the basics are the same just where the buttons are, and the menus are, differs. We are going to take a look at a Nikon d5300 just to give you a better idea of what does what.
Below we will work on helping you to better understand your camera
So let’s start on the top of the camera there you will see the buttons generally used most often and ones that you wish to have at easier access.
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This is a question I was asked a while ago. I spoke with a lady that just recently received a new SLR camera (Single lens reflex) one that you can change your lenses and has many options.
Well she went on a holiday, took many photos and once she was home and looked at them on the computer screen she was a bit disappointed as what she thought she captured clearly was actually out of focus. Her subject, which generally was a family member, was in a hazy focus in most of her images. This can be a bit disheartening when your excited to be using a BIG camera for holiday photos.
So let’s look at this a bit more and why this can happen.
Continue reading My photos are not sharp, Why?
How to get more out of your phone camera
Well these days every smart-phone has a built in camera. We can take some amazing photos with just our phones. Well if the conditions are right, such as lighting.
For example on the iPhone there are some pretty good basic functions that can help you achieve the scene you see in real time, in your phone camera.
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Some useful gadgets and accessories for both cameras and smart phones.
Getting a combo of a selfie stick, tripod and mono pod all in one may be another option for you. Add the bluetooth remote and you can take some amazing smart phone images.
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How to use camera with tripod
Tripod use sounds pretty simple but there are a few important things that you should take into consideration when using one. To start, how to use the camera with a tripod so that it stays stable and safe. Your camera is generally worth considerably more money than the tripod so you want to make sure it is very stable.
Continue reading How to use the camera with a tripod – stable camera helps to achieve sharper images
How to learn about digital photography
There are many ways to learn about digital photography and how to teach yourself digital photography. The main way that I find best is by doing. Read about a few things then go out and experiment. Don’g try to learn everything at once.
The nice thing these days with the digital age is that you can get instant gratification and you can instantly see what you like or what you want to change about the photographic image that you just captured. Continue reading How to learn about digital photography
Received my first camera
Well my journey into photography began when my father gave me my first camera a Kodak 110 Instamatic. It was a great little compact camera. The film… yes film was tiny and in a plastic enclosed spool bobbin thing that you just slid into the back side Continue reading Where my photography adventure began