From tripods to cable releases, we give you the best advice to help you take the sharpest shots ever There’s nothing better than checking the LCD on your camera after a shot to reveal amazing composition and light. And there’s nothing worse than checking the sharpness back home on the computer and seeing a blurred… Continue reading
Choosing the right location to shoot is important at night.
Candlelight portraits make great subjects. The warm glow of candlelight can instantly create an aura of mystery or seduction, and give you flattering, focused and romantic looking images – so why not find a model, hunt out some candles and experiment?
While it’s important to pursue pin-sharp shots, intentionally blurring parts of a scene, or the whole picture itself, can lead to a more expressive image.
Once you take control of the aperture of your lens and choose where to focus the camera, you’ll be able to draw the viewer‘s eye into the frame.
Most cameras on the market can shoot in RAW, and even the smallest compact has to shoot RAW before it can process JPEGs.