You wouldn’t know it from its name, but Aperture Priority mode is probably the most useful and discussed among all the professional modes. This mode is among my personal favorites, and I believe that it’ll quickly become considered one of yours also. Aperture Priority mode is deemed a semiautomatic mode given it allows you to once more control one factor of exposure while the camera adjusts to the other.
Why, you might ask, is this certainly one of my favorite modes? It’s since the aperture of one’s lens dictates depth of field. Depth of field, along with composition, is [...]
Travel Photography – Planning Tips
Travel photography is quite different from other photographic endeavors especially if you plan to make a living from it. Most successful travel photographers are writers as well. Actually in the print world, you can’t separate words from pictures. They complement each other.
What the picture can’t show, the words explain in greater detail. So it’s no surprise that some travel articles are sometimes from husband and wife teams. That’s the perfect job for couples. Think exotic locations, the love of your life with you and endless adventures together.
My biggest problem with travel [...]
Best Zoom / Wide Angle / Portrait / Macro Lens For Nikon D3200
Below is the list of some of the All rounder lenses including the Zoom Lens, Portrait Lens, Macro Lens & Wide Angle Lens for Nikon D3200 which you can use according to your need.
There are Five categories of lenses, each category have one or more lenses in it, Nikon D3200 support or is compatible with Only AF-S lenses, AF lenses would require manual focusing. The lenses/zoom lenses recommended below all are AF-S and fully compatible with your Nikon D3200 DSLR.
The Categories areAll-rounder / multi-purpose lens for Nikon D3200 Zoom Lens for Nikon [...]
If like me you used to shoot with film you might remember 200, 400, 800 etc film speeds. A film with a higher number was known as a ‘fast’ film and many people thought it was for photographing fast moving objects. This is partially correct.
It actually means how fast the film itself reacts to light. A higher number meant you needed less light to record an image. If it was a dull day and you were photographing a motor race you’d need a fast shutter speed to freeze the motion, so you’d choose a high ISO film so you could have the shutter speeds you need in the light that was available. If on the other hand it was a very bright sunny [...]
The price of refurbished Nikon D7200 DSLR cameras is now down to $769.99 (was $899 before). Free shipping included. This offer expires February 10th or while supplies last. Refurbished Nikon products come with 90 days manufacturer’s warranty.
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Tips For Perspective In Photography
In this article I will try to explain how perspective works in a 2D photograph with some tips, myths and example photos.
When we see a photograph on computer screen or on prints, we are looking at a 2-dimensional representation of a real 3-dimensional scene. And that is what photography is all about – capturing a 3D scene onto a 2D image. I used to wonder how do photographers demonstrate “depth” or sense of “scale” in a (good) photograph. They use the concept of Perspective.
This is one of the tricky areas of photography which if a photographer is not consciously aware of, can produce [...]
In the following video, which combines both timelapse and stop motion photography techniques, Mayeul Akpovi enchants viewers with images from around the area, showing reason behind the cities appropriate moniker, The City of Light. Presumably compiled from thousands of still images, each individual photograph was carefully edited together in post to create the 2-minute long tour of Paris. Take a look at Akpovi’s work here:
Tips On Sports Photography
Victory in sports is about practice and performance – the best athletes prepare better than anyone else, training their bodies and minds to perform when winning and losing matter most.
It’s no different with sports photography. Those one-of-a-kind photos you see don’t happen by accident, or just because the photographer was in “the right place, at the right time.”
If you’re serious about sports photography, then you need to do more than show up a sporting event with a camera. You might luck into a nice photo people will compliment you on, but if you take these tips to heart, you can rest assured [...]