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Check out my Photography 101 to learn basic photography. Learn how to train your photography eye, choose the best composition and explore the exposure triangle.
What does having a photographic eye actually mean? When you think about what makes a good photographer? Many people believe it to with the ability to use expensive gear. A while expensive gear certainly helps. If you give anyone a beautiful camera that doesn’t mean they will produce beautiful photo’s.
If you haven’t read Part 1. Stop and pop back and read it. It’ll be worth it. Many people believe that training your photographic eye can only come with time and practice. Like many skills out there is needs to be developed. Want to see the difference between a trained
Which rules you need to learn and how to know when to break them. There are many composition rules within photography and luckily photographer’s use the term rules very loosely. Most of these are great starting guidelines, a brief introduction to the many compositional rules within photography. To help you
Saturday we looked at Aperture, the start of the Exposure Triangle . Today, we’re going to complete the Triangle. Why am I doing this together because I’ve found they are linked its best to talk about both at the same time. What is Shutter Speed and Iso? The Shutter Speed
Which rules you need to learn and how to know when to break them. Photographer’s use the term rules very loosely. Most of these are great starting guidelines, a brief introduction to the many compositional rules within photography. To help you get an idea of the types of photography
What is exposure? You’re exposure if made up of 3 separate elements. Firstly: the light passes through the aperture which determines how much light comes in. Secondly: the shutter goes up to allow light onto the sensor/film. Finally: the ISO determines how much to increase the exposure by. How