In the latest post of our series studying color photography and how to get the best tones, we look at saturated colors, the problems they can cause and whether to increase saturation in-camera or on the computer.
The latest instalment of our in-depth series on how to shoot color photography investigates how to make photo compositions with clashing colors. We explain when clashing colors work best and when it’s best to leave them alone.
Ever wondered why some backgrounds are pin-sharp and others are out of focus? This is what’s called deep depth of field and shallow depth of field. Find out how to take full control of this in-camera photography effect and answer any lingering questions you may have.
In the second part of our series exploring color photography in depth we take a look at the best white balance settings to use to get the tones you want.
In the first of a new series here on Digital Camera World, we’re going to explore color photography in depth. We’re going to answer every question from what is color temperature to what are complementary and clashing colors, to best methods of using filters and software to fine tune your tones to get the color photography you want.
This week we’ll start by demystifying color temperature, color spaces, gamut and some of the other common color photography jargon you may have heard but always been confused by.
If you’re new to photography, chances are you have a few questions. In this post we aim to remove all the stumbling blocks and common problems photographers face starting out by answering 15 of the photography questions we hear most from beginners.
Remote triggers are one of the most valuable photo accessories you can keep in your camera bag. But they can also be one of the most intimidating if you’ve never come across one before. Below we’ve answered some of the most common questions about using remote triggers to get you started.
Although DSLRs have three different metering patterns to handle tricky lighting, these aren’t enough on their own. You can use a range of other techniques to fix the exposure, such as your camera’s Exposure Lock function. In this post we’ll talk you through three of the most useful camera features that can improve your exposure techniques, such as bracketing, as well as offer some advanced camera tips for fine-tuning them to help you start taking photos you can be proud of.
Though it may seem daunting setting up a new camera, it only takes a few moments. Our Head of Testing, Angela Nicholson, explains which camera settings to use so you can start taking great photos.
Understanding the principles of perspective is one of the photography basics that everyone learns starting out, but even for more experienced photographers it’s worthwhile to revisit this technique to find new creative photo ideas to enhance your images and add a sense of depth. Through a variety of camera tricks and techniques you’ll be able [...]