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Depth of Field and Aperture Priority
Creative blur or sharp as a tack. You can achieve the depth of field you want with the aperture priority setting.
Different Camera Lenses
If you own a camera that has the option of interchangeable lenses, you'll know that there are so many other different camera lenses to choose from! This article guide you through the different camera lenses available and what kind of pictures you can expect from them.
Motion Blur with Shutter Priority
You’ve seen the pictures: the water looks like cotton candy and there is a gentle mist lying on the rocks. Capturing soft flowing water or motion blur is easy in shutter priority or manual mode. With a neutral density filter or two, a tripod, a cable release and a manual camera you can create bea
Point and Shoot Tips
The advantage of using a point and shoot camera is that they are small. You can carry it with you and never miss that photograph again. Great photography takes practice, and you can’t practice if you don’t have a camera with you! Great tips for getting the most out of your point and shoot camera.
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The rule of thirds is one of the most popular principles of composition in photography. By understanding and applying the rule of thirds to your own photographs, you´ll begin to produce more effective, well-balanced, or even dramatic pictures.
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