Cameras and Lenses
These posts discuss cameras and lenses with their settings and applications in Nature photography.
The future of photography is brighter than ever. With today’s technological advancements, there are more and more hacks available to make your life easier and also help you save plenty of money in the process.
I’ve been reading about how ISO doesn’t actually increase noise in the camera? Is there any truth to this?
I would like to go beyond the automatic mode. Should I shoot only in manual mode though? When should I use the “Semi-automatic (priority)” modes?
In situations where you want to isolate a large subject, like a horse, ice berg or motorbike, f/6.3 has the great mixture of background blur and sharpness. But remember to get the best out of it and focus a third into the object.
Ask yourself, which mental trait is the opposite of “Creative”? This article encourages you to learn the mathematics, but leave it at home when you are exploring with your camera.
Prime lenses are lenses with a fixed focal length. This article looks at the advantages of photographing with a fixed focal length.