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  • Little Black Book from ZNO
    Whether you are a professional photographer, an amateur or just take pictures with your phone for fun, it is always a good idea to keep a printed copy of your best memories. In this digital world, people hardly care about printed photos because you can keep all your pictures in your computer or phone. But … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Professional Line Photo Book from Saal Digital
    Whether you are a professional photographer, an amateur or just take pictures with your phone for fun, it is always a good idea to keep a printed copy of your best memories (by the way, if you want to take better pictures, here is a free course). In this digital world, people hardly care about … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Light: Polarisation and Diffraction
    Polarisation The direction of an electromagnetic wave’s electric field vector is referred to as the polarisation of light. The electric field vector oscillates in every feasible plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation in an unpolarized light wave. In contrast, the magnetic field oscillates perpendicular to the electric field in a polarized light wave whereas … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Depth of Field (DOF)
    The area in a photograph that appears sharp and in focus is referred to as the depth of field (DOF) in photography. The distance between the closest and farthest things in a scene determines how crisp an image should be. Aperture size, focal length, subject distance, and sensor size are some of the variables that … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Flange Distance
    The term “flange distance” describes the separation between a camera’s lens mount and the focal plane of its sensor or film. It is the distance, when the lens is mounted and focused to infinity, between the mounting flange on the camera body and the film or sensor plane. The minimal distance that must exist between … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • White Balance
    Achieving proper color reproduction in your photographs requires careful attention to white balance when practicing photography. The process of matching the color temperature of the light source in your scene to the color temperature of the camera’s sensor is referred to as white balancing. This is crucial because different light sources have various color temperatures; … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • ISO
    ISO in photography refers to the sensitivity of the camera’s image sensor to light. The ISO setting determines how much light is needed for a proper exposure and affects the brightness and noise level of the resulting image.In digital cameras, ISO is a numerical value that typically ranges from 100 to 6400 or higher. A … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Aperture / F-stop
    One of the most important components of the exposure triangle in photography is the aperture, sometimes known as the f-stop. To manage the quantity of light entering your camera and achieve the proper depth of field in your pictures, you must understand aperture. The aperture is the size of the hole in the lens through … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Shutter Speed
    One of the most important aspects of exposure in photography is shutter speed, which describes how long the camera’s shutter is open when capturing a picture. Shutter speed can be measured in complete seconds, minutes, or even hours, but it is commonly expressed in fractions of a second, such as 1/1000th, 1/250th, or 1/30th. A … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Understanding compatibility: Must Read
    Camera and Lens Compatibility Lens compatibility is quite complex, and it took me years to figure out which lens is compatible with which body. I will try to break this down so that you fully understand the compatibility and do not end up buying an incompatible lens for your camera. It is no surprise that … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Other Camera Accessories
    Apart from the camera and the lens, there are several camera accessories without which a photographer’s basic kit remains incomplete. Among those, the tripod and the memory card are the most relevant. But there are also several other camera accessories which often comes handy while taking a photograph. We will discuss those one by one … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Understanding lighting equipment
    It is very important to understand how light behaves and how you can control the lights if you want to be a good photographer. Of course you mostly use the natural light if you are a landscape or wildlife photographer, but for most other forms of photography, you need artificial lighting. You can change a … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Understanding lens filters
    UV Filter These filters are made to block ultra violet (UV) rays from getting inside the lens. To be honest, these filters are the most useless filters available in the market since all modern lens have coatings which already blocks UV rays. This filter can be used as a protection glass, however, a lens hood … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Understanding the camera lens
    After reading this article, you will be able to understand the different types and specifications of a camera lens. You will also be able to decide which lens is right for you. Zoom If you are an absolute beginner, and have only used point and shoot or mobile phones before, you need to refresh your … Continue ReadingPopular posts
  • Understanding the camera body
    Understanding the camera body is the first step to photography. After reading this article you will be able to decide whether you want to buy a DSLR camera body or a mirrorless one, and what specifications of the camera you want. … Continue Reading >Understanding the camera body