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4 Tips for Achieving Low Depth of Field
Used wisely, low depth of field makes your pictures more interesting, more intelligible, and easier to “read”. So—how do you get that pleasantly unsharp background in a photo? The following text will help you achieve that. Depth of focus depends on these factors: the choice of aperture and depth of focus, the distance to the…
9 Tips for Getting Creative with Exposure Time
With a smart choice of exposure time and camera settings, you can give photos a bit more of yourself, and make your pictures flavorful and exceptional. Gone are the days when photos had to be perfectly sharp.
5 Great Ways to Ruin Your Photos
Beginners’ mistakes are free. (Well, psychologically at least.) But you should still learn from them—even more than from your successes. And sometimes you can learn about them before they happen. So let’s take a look at photographers’ most common mistakes.
5 Tips for Low-light Photography
Photography is literally painting with light, and so no photo can come from a scene where there’s no light at all. And even low-light sites have a problem: poor exposure. What can we do to get good pictures out of bad light?
Four tips for complete beginners
I have always wanted to “do photography.” But I just didn’t have enough time for it among all my other hobbies, and so learning to take photographs always stayed just an item on my wishlist. (Of course I’m choosing not to count vacation and party pictures from my compact as photographs here!) It was not…