With the fast moving techno age we’re in right now, many professional cameras are available now to you, the non-professional. But as I too often hear from so many of you, “I have a new camera, but I’m not sure what to do with it.” so many dials, buttons and settings, but you’re still only using the basic, fully automatic mode because you don’t know what all those buttons are used for. Sound familiar?
Now that you’ve improved your photographic skills and knowledge, I bet you’ve commented, or rather pleaded to your spouse that you now need new equipment. “But honey, I really neeeeed a new camera….” I know you’ve said it; don’t try to deny it. The reason I know so well, is ’cause I’ve used the same [...]
Composition. This is a tough one. It shouldn’t be really, but for me, it’s a tough subject. Why? A couple of reasons, really. For one, there seem to be rules about composition and I’m just not good at following rules. Many of you have probably heard of the Rule of Thirds. I totally get that [...]
While this is a tender subject amongst professionals, I’m here only to give my opinion and offer information on the difference between the two shooting formats. Someone mentioned to me the other day that that did in fact take some images that day in the RAW format, but “couldn’t tell any difference in the image [...]
Whoaaaaa!! Wuh!? Because of Brenda’s question last week, I thought it best to go ahead and address this. Thanks Brenda for pushing yourself and thinking ahead…for thinking outside the box. Stay with me. You can do this! You’re ready! Hopefully you’re already adjusting your shutter speed, aperture and ISO accordingly, so it’s time to take [...]
Shortly after posting this weeks Lesson, I received this question from Brenda. She had several great questions to ask, I wanted to post it here hoping it may help anyone else with the same thoughts. I just want to thank you for taking the time to teach all of us about photography. I have learned [...]