Sunday, August 21, 2011
Lens Length and Other Factors – PictureCorrect: Perhaps one of the more confusing subjects in the world of digital cameras is lens length. We hear terms like “telephoto”, “wide angle”, “field of view”, “5X” and a host of others to describe our lenses. Then once we get all of that business sorted out we crank in other arcane phrases like “crop factor” and “35mm equivalent”.
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How Lighting Affects The Mood Of Your Photos by Digital Photo Secrets: Good photography, just like any art, should tug at our heartstrings. Images should make us feel one way or another, and if they don’t, we tend to ignore them.
Posted by steve at 10:36 AM
Taking Colorful Photos In Your Garden by Digital Photo Secrets: Why travel to an exotic location for photography when you can take some of your best shots in your own backyard? Photography and gardening go together like two peas in a pod.
Posted by steve at 10:35 AM
Taking Pictures In Wet Weather by Digital Photo Secrets: When the weather takes a turn for the worse, a lot of photographers put away their cameras. It’s always the same old sob story. It’s gray out. Nothing has any color. But nothing could be further from the tr
Posted by steve at 10:34 AM
The Sunny 16 Rule by Digital Photo Secrets: Have you ever heard of the sunny 16 rule? It seems to have all but disappeared in most modern discussions of photography. As a matter of fact, it’s one of many rules that photographers seem to have forgotten.
Posted by steve at 10:33 AM