Photography is one attractive hobby. As long as you have the attention and the potential for taking first-class photos, then you can start from there. Photography is the expansion of techniques and arts of producing images that are known as photographs.
Many of us spend plenty of time on the weekend watching our favorite sports from the sidelines and, as photographers, we yearn to be able to capture that awesome moment when something great happens. But it’s rarely as easy as it might seem. All the critical elements have to come together to shoot really good action shots: timing, position, exposure, and framing–and you have just a split second to make it happen.
The automatic point-and-shoot systems in today’s digital cameras generally do an excellent job, but there are still many shooting situations where a little manual control can make an enormous difference.
Gav of The Slow Mo Guys made this interesting video comparing different high-speed camera frame rates. Using a Phantom HD camera, he films coffee mugs shattering on pavement at 500, 1000, 2500, 5000, and 10000 frames per second.
“I just bought this camera before my trip and I haven’t a clue how to use it. So I just leave it on Auto.” If you have uttered this phrase in the recent past, read on. If you have mastery of your camera this post will not likely excite you.
Aspiring photographers are extremely lucky these days, there is an absolutely huge wealth of information online to help you learn just about any aspect of photography with guides, tutorials and videos. In this roundup post I’m going to be listing 20 of my favourite resources for learning photography online.
Everyone loves photography but most of the people are afraid to try it as they think it is really tough and technical -- which is obvious not true. Anyone can become a photographer with a little practice and some tips.
Here is a guide to the five main shooting modes on your DSLR, and an explanation of what each mode does to your camera. Understanding camera shooting modes can make a real difference to the quality of your images.
"The first thing I look for when purchasing a camera is something most aren't even aware of. It's not the brand name or the quality of the lens, the touch screen technology or the LCD screen size, and not the array of functions it offers or shooting presets available – it's the size of the image sensor..."
• Publish photos to public profile or a personal portfolio • Create and manage portfolio collections • Edit titles, descriptions, and other metadata and sync it with 500px profile or portfolio • Read and write comments for your photos right from Lightroom • See individual photo statistics, such as views, favorites, votes and rating