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Aperture is a very confusing concept that is used by beginning photographers, but when you learn how to use it and how you can create better photographs. You will find that there are simple automatic settings on your camera. The aperture will help bring the subject matter into better view that will help you to make the photographs stunningly better. The most common apertures to use are mid-range, from f8 to f11. Known as a “sweet spot” in the photography world, this is the automatic depth-of-field most cameras use if you do not change the settings. When you use mid-range aperture, you will be able to balance the pictures and focus wisely. This is a good range to stay in for most photography, especially if you do not have the time to set aperture after every shot. You will find that it is find for you to use […]
When people begin photography, one typical question they ask is what makes a great landscape photo and what doesn’t? Why do some photos jump out and others don’t? Why do professional photographers create great landscapes and how can I do the same? These should be any aspiring photographers thought. We aim to explore these questions. Firstly, it should be noted that there are many factors that create great landscapes. These include light, composition, subject matter, point of difference and colour. For this blog we will first explore light and composition. If you have analysed any good photograph, the first thing you will notice is that lighting is an essential element for any good photo. This is so for landscapes, portraits and street photography. It can have such a dramatic influence on the final result, that it should not be ignored, but studied carefully as a keen photographer. […]
Landscape Photography revolves around the effort passionate photographers make in order to capture and showcase the vast beauty of nature with their cameras. Due to the stillness landscapes have, they were the first photography related subject in the early time of photography, where sensitive materials were pretty slow in comparison to what we have nowadays. Landscape photographs typically capture the presence of nature where little or even nonexistent human traces can be spotted on the images. Nevertheless, sometimes, landscape photography could also focus on man-made features or disturbances of landscapes. Without further ado, here are 10 breathtaking places you can’t miss if you love exploring Australia with a Camera: 1. Blue Mountains Not just an Australian treasure but a world jewel as well. The Blue Mountains could be the perfect spot for any landscape photographer. Filled with cinematic panoramas and stunning natural beauty, this is a nature wonder […]
Travel and Photography, what a beautiful blend of guilty pleasures. Frankly I get an eerie feeling when I hear photographers saying that they are exclusively “travel photographers”. The reason why this triggers uneasy feelings in my mind, is because I find this statement as a little bit too pretentious for my taste. It is like saying “I only take pictures when I’m on travel”, and unless these photographers have the resources for doing so, they’ll be limiting themselves to practicing and enjoying photography as a whole. As a Social Photographer, I approach my local hometown the same way I approach serendipitous encounters when traveling. For me travelling is an amazing opportunity for getting close to foreign cultures, and thanks to them, one eventually gets an invaluable experience of life. If you love to travel and you also share love for photography, you have an extremely beautiful thing waiting […]