The word “photography” is almost synonymous with the word “still”. Photographers take stills. Videographers capture motion. This may be a prevailing thought but it isn’t true of creative photography. Cameras are set up for almost any vision to become reality. This is especially true when illustrating artistic motion in photography.
Do you ever wonder why you’re not nailing focus despite being told that your camera and lens are both fast and sharp enough for the job? It might not be because you’re missing the moment or going soft in the eyes. The solution might be buried in your settings.
Graduation ceremonies can be extremely difficult to cover. You are either shooting in dark stadiums or out on football fields in midday sun. There are gobs of people but only 1 star you care about – and they are being pulled in a million directions by teachers and classmates. You won’t get second chances on most shots so here are 3 quick lessons you must learn (or reacquaint yourself with) before the big day.
Whether you are just discovering the acute world of macro photography or have faced its challenges and need some convincing to try again, we have put together a list of hacks that you may not find in the generalist guides.
Photography is a fun and fascinating process. It’s easier now than ever to get started too. Long gone are the days of needing portable darkrooms or waiting hours to take a single photograph. You can dive in and start snapping away at anything that piques your interest.
See how easily you can get memorable kid portraits with these 5 shooting techniques that are approachable enough for beginners while also being stimulating practice for seasoned photographers. These techniques can be applied to any photography style and they will help grow your skills no matter where you are starting from.
Learn to control your off-camera Nikon flashes using your on-camera flash. Topics I’ll cover: Setting Commander Mode for your Nikon camera, assigning multiple flashes to groups A and B, and adjusting your flash channel, illumination pattern, and zoom positions.
With our dependence on LCD screens to give us immediate exposure feedback, knowing how to meter light is at risk of quickly become a fading skill. In this post you will learn how your DSLR meters light and what that means for your photography. This is a great intro for beginners as well as an easy reminder for the more seasoned shooter.