Posts Tagged 'Learn Digital Camera Photography'

Focal Point Part 1

How important Focal point is

What is the definition of Focal Point?

The dictionary defines it as:

“focal point |?f?k?l ?point|

noun

the point at which rays or waves meet after reflection or refraction, or the point from which diverging rays or waves appear to proceed.

  • the centre of interest or activity: almost every sizeable city can have a junior college that can act as a focal point for cultural activity.”

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Digital Camera Bootcamp for beginners

Beginners Digital Camera Bootcamp

8 weeks program $400.00.

A complete workshop for beginners to intermediate photographers

Beginners Digital Photography Bootcamp consists of eight, three-hour sessions on Wednesday nights each week. All sessions include a mix of theory in the classroom, as well as practical instruction. Participants have opportunities for shooting photographs on field trips, as well as reviewing and discussing their images with an instructor.

Session 1 (September 21 from 6-9 pm):

Introduction to photography, how digital cameras work, ...

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Capturing Amazing Pictures

Tips for capturing amazing pictures every time! 

The Great Camera Debate Part 7

In the previous article I discussed the importance of a camera lens over a camera body. In this article we are going to look at the importance of education and skills.

Look at these two photos and try to guess what kind of camera and lens were used to capture each of these photos:

Please take a moment after you’ve studied the images and make ...

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Rules Of Thumbs For Shutter Speed

Some rules of thumb for shutter speed

Part 2

Here are some rules of thumbs for Shutter speed shooting.

Rule #1: Stay above 1/60

If you are using a tripod, you can go below this speed, but when hand holding the camera, always stay above this speed. If you do not, you will tend to get blurring from camera movement. Image Stabilization (IS or VR in the lens or sensor shift in the camera body) can help, but only ...

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