Some photographers have an uncanny knack for taking a picture that seems to bring you right back to the time and place – but how do they do it? Check out this article I wrote for Digital Photography School that discusses tips and techniques involved in snapping a picture that captures the mood and atmosphere […]
Looking for a way to make your car photography really stand out? I recently wrote an article for Digital Photography School is talk about light painting, a cool and simple technique that can be used to create some truly incredible images. All you need is a tripod and a light source – even a cell […]
I recently finished off an article for Digital Photography School about how you can take better sports action shots. It can be extremely challenging, but also incredibly rewarding to nail that perfect action shot. The blistering pace of the game and often tricky lighting conditions mean that you need to set up your camera and […]
Many photographers have a bit of a love-hate relationship with flash. On one hand, it’s a useful tool for when the sun goes down, helping you get images in tricky situations. On the other hand, pictures taken with the flash on the camera often look terrible. But why is this? Simply put, we don’t normally […]
No. That was a nice, straightforward answer. Be sure to check in next week for more valuable insight into the world of photography. Wait, that’s it? Well, yes and no. Ugh, this is going to get complicated now, isn’t it? Alright, I can roll with that. Let’s dig into this question a bit more… What […]
This is probably the hardest part of hockey photography. Even if you have the greatest camera in the world and your settings are perfect, missing the focus will ruin your picture. And because of the nature of the game, it can be incredibly challenging to hit your focus. Even when you are on the ball, […]
ISO is the last piece in the puzzle that brings your final exposure together. Your knowledge of aperture and shutter speed from the previous posts should give you a firm foundation for understanding how to get the picture you want. Your ISO can then be set as needed to make sure your pictures aren’t too […]
So now that you have a sense for your shutter speed let’s take the next step and figure out our aperture. Understanding Aperture Aperture refers to the size of the opening in the lens, which determines how much light is allowed through to the sensor. It is measured in a value called f-stops. A wide […]
Hockey is a fun and fast sport, but it can also be incredibly challenging to photograph. This guide, presented as a series of posts, will give some understanding on how you can take better hockey pictures. Key Point: There is no ideal camera setting that will work in every arena. This means you have to […]
Hockey is a fun and fast sport, but it can also be incredibly challenging to photograph. This guide, presented as a series of posts, will give some understanding on how you can take better hockey pictures. Introduction Hockey is the best. That might be my Canadian bias speaking, but I don’t care. It’s the best. […]
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