Composition is the artistic part of photography and this Composition Workshop at Mill Lake Park will cover the most important rules in photography composition and explore why you need to both apply and occasionally break the rules!
The Composition Workshop is specifically designed to help enthusiastic digital photographers understand the artistic aspects of photography and composition rules such as Balance, Rule of Thirds, Simplicity, etc. It is ideal for people with ...Continue Reading ?
Many photographers avoid using the White Balance (WB) setting in their camera simply because they think the camera can take care of it or, if necessary, they can make the color adjustment later in post processing. This can be true but there are certain variables which can cause an undesirable color cast in our images and sometimes post processing will not help ...Continue Reading ?
I want to start off by saying I am thankful for having such good audiences. Without your enthusiastic desire to learn and grow I couldn’t have made it this far.
For this week’s photo tip I want to discuss why you should take your photography experience to the next level by learning to ...Continue Reading ?
Did you know that your digital camera has different Autofocus modes?
Do you know how to select the correct autofocus mode for the best results?
Almost all new digital cameras have very sophisticated autofocus system, but you don’t need to know all the technical specifications to benefit from this advanced technology. All you need to know is which the best autofocus mode for ...Continue Reading ?
Do you know almost all digital cameras have some advanced controls to enable you to produce better photos? And yes we cover these controls in our digital camera workshop for beginners! Does it sound odd that a beginner’s workshop would explore advanced controls?
As a matter of fact most of these “advanced settings” are ...Continue Reading ?
“My camera doesn’t take very good pictures, what camera should I buy for better photos?”
This is a question I have been asked many times. My candid honest answer is: Your camera does not take pictures, it only records the data. You take the photos. There are several important aspects about each camera and how they ...Continue Reading ?
Last week I talked about controlling exposure by using ISO, Shutter speed, and Aperture. These variables control the exposure, which is brightness and contrast of the image. Exposure does not play a big rule in colour rendition, so this week I am going to explain how to create better colour in your photos.
You can control the colour of your photos by using White Balance.
Many photographers avoid ...Continue Reading ?