This week, I am spending time talking about the different functions of your camera, including cell phones (See Monday’s blog). Tuesday, I covered the funner parts of your DSLR camera, talking about aperture, shutter speed, and the ISO settings. Today we are continuing on this subject of camera functions by talking about: Focusing modes, and then the exposure compensation control. I just hope that many … Continue reading Part 4: Understanding functions of your DSLR camera
Unlike talking about the cellphone and learning the details of how that type of camera works, today’s blog will focus on how to understand your new DSLR camera. First off, to learn about this type of camera, I’m wondering how many know what DSLR means? Let’s get that out of the way, then we can get into some serious work. DSLR = Digital Single Lens … Continue reading Part 2: Understanding your DSLR camera functions !
We have been focusing on taking good photos of people all week, and this blog for today, is designed to help you as a photographer, help people to relax in front of the camera. Have you ever just had a person, or group of people get set up for you to take a photo of them, and you say: “CHEESE”? That is actually when most … Continue reading Part 4: TIPS TO HELP PEOPLE RELAX IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA !
Finding a whole week to talk about landscapes, and how to improve your photos is actually an amazing process for me. There are so many different ideas out there about how to improve your landscape photos. But, have no fear, I will call this: “The best of the instructions on Landscape photography”! I have never thought of adding “character” to my landscape photos, but, this … Continue reading Part 2 – DEVELOPING CHARACTER WITH YOUR LANDSCAPES!