White Balance Explained
Sunny 16 Rule - White by Alessandro Arcidiacono
Some of these tips can be applied to my photo shoots as well...Newborn photoshoot - tons of behind the scenes shots and setups. Great ideas like layering blankets on a backdrop stand for quick changes, blowing out the background with a strobe, and using a heating pad under the blankets in a basket to keep baby warm.
Newborn photoshoot - tons of behind the scenes shots and setups
Tips for Machine Applique..16 little gems of information. www.allpeoplequil...
The Golden Hour – Shooting with Backlighting and Sun Flares
This is my brand new 30 day photography challenge, and I want YOU to take part too. For my next 30 posts, I’m going to be providing you with tips on how to take the photos that I’ve listed here, and sharing my own results (and I encourage you to share yours too).
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Great basic aperature info for people learning how to use "real" cameras. My best tip is to remember that it's backwards from what you think it should be. The bigger the f-stop number, the smaller the opening. Summary is the f-stop affects depth of field (how far away objects can be and still remain in focus) and the amount of light you let in. Smaller f-stop = more blur, more light.
A Lesson on Apertures