Photography composition rules are a tool to understand the basic principles of design in visual arts. These composition rules are constructive to make an image more dynamic and pleasing. However, there are also times you need to break these composition rules to create a better story with your pictures. I cover more about Photography Composition Rules in Digital Camera Bootcamp workshop. Please check the course description for more ...Continue Reading ?
There are lots of Photography workshops around and I believe they are all good, but Omnilargess Digital Camera classes are unique. We approach Digital Camera Photography, Photoshop, and Lightroom classes a little differently than most. We develop our workshops by listening to our students, researching demands in the market, and continually update our workshop content to keep pace with the fast changing technology of digital cameras and software.
We have received many ...Continue Reading ?
Working with Digital cameras can be as easy as setting the camera to AUTO mode and letting the camera make the decisions for you, right? No! A camera does not have a brain. It does not know what you want to create or what is your main subject. There are so many ...Continue Reading ?
Last week we looked at how to clean the Camera Body in Part 1 and Cleaning the Lenses in Part 2. This week I’ll cover some guidelines and suggestions for caring for photography gear and how to store it safely, especially as we head into the cold and damp season. Correct storage of your digital camera equipment is important; electronic gadgets are very fragile ...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 colour adjustment later in post processing. This can be true but there are certain variables which can cause an undesirable colour cast in our images and sometimes post processing will not help ...Continue Reading ?
Shutter speed is one of several methods used to control the amount of light recorded by the camera’s digital sensor or film. It is also used to manipulate the visual effects of the final image beyond its luminosity.
Images taken with a slower shutter speed invoke a visual sense of movement. Slower shutter speeds are often selected to suggest movement in a ...Continue Reading ?
Vancouver Digital Camera workshop helps you to control and unleash the power of your digital camera.
Working with Digital cameras can be as easy ...Continue Reading ?