After practicing photography for a period of time, you will probably learn some composition techniques such as the “The Golden Ratio” and “Fill the Frame.” However, there is one composition idea that you can easily apply to many of your photos.
There are many composition techniques in photography. One of the most important ones to learn is the "Fill the Frame" Technique. Below are 3 tips on using this useful composition. Let's check them out!
For an entry photographer, taking a silky waterfall photo seems difficult. However, by following these four easy steps you can take these photos with confidence.
Entry photographers tend to use low ISO to make sure they get the Highest Image Quality. However there are 4 conditions that may require the use of High ISO. Let's check them out.
Sunsets can give you attractive colors. This is where landscape photography takes place.
If you are new to photography, it is important to learn some composition techniques. There is one method that all photographers must learn and understand, and is useful to improve your photos, called The Golden Ratio.
The exposure triangle: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO have corresponding roles. Different settings will influence the photo. In the previous article we introduced two effects by changing aperture. Today let's go through Shutter Speed.
When coming across a photo you wonder about the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. By default most cameras will record such useful information in each photo called EXIF (exchangeable image file format).
When using semi-automatic shooting mode like A/AV-Mode or S.TV-Mode, sometimes you may find the photo is over or underexposed.
If you are serious about learning photography, You need to ditch Auto Mode and select a metering mode. There are 3 common metering modes on a DSLR or mirrorless camera.