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    3 camera lessons every new photographer should learn (free cheat sheet)

    | Photography for Beginners | 25/06/2014 00:01am
    3 camera lessons every new photographer should learn (free cheat sheet)

    If you’ve just bought your first camera, you’re probably finding a bit of a learning curve in getting up to speed with all of its bells and whistles. Before you get you get started, there are three fundamental concepts you need to understand: how your camera’s shutter speed scale works; how focal length affects your composition; and how your aperture controls what’s sharp.

    How to shoot fast-moving objects: free photography cheat sheet

    | Photography Tips | 22/04/2014 00:01am
    How to shoot fast-moving objects: free photography cheat sheet

    It’s not just the speed of your subject that counts, it’s where you stand and the angle you shoot from. Discover how to shoot fast-moving objects like a pro with our new photography cheat sheet!

    Slow shutter speeds: how to achieve consistent exposures every time

    | Photography Tips | 20/09/2013 00:01am
    Slow shutter speeds: how to get consistent exposures up and down the scale

    In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, our resident pro explains how to use shutter speed effectively to create motion blur and achieve consistent exposures up and down the shutter speed scale.

    Camera shutter cheat sheet: a jargon-free guide to understanding how it all works

    | Photography for Beginners | 09/08/2013 10:11am
    Camera shutter cheat sheet: understanding shutter speeds, curtains and how it all works

    Our new jargon-free cheat sheets illustrate how each component of your camera’s shutter works to regulate the brightness of your photos.

    Using shutter speed: take control of your shutter for cool, creative effects

    | Photography Tips | 03/05/2013 11:00am
    Using shutter speed creatively: how to take control of your shutter for cool effects

    In our latest photography cheat sheet we look at some of the different ways of using shutter speed to produce different digital camera effects.

    How to use a camera: pro secrets to using Shutter Priority mode

    | Photography Tips | 25/03/2013 01:00am
    How to use a camera: pro secrets to using Shutter Priority mode

    In our latest Shoot Like A Pro series post on how to use a camera, we venture beyond Program mode and your Aperture Priority setting to uncover the secrets behind using Shutter Priority mode.

    Understanding shutter speed as a creative tool: freeze and pan with confidence

    | Photography Tips | 03/12/2012 11:30am
    Understanding shutter speed as a creative tool: freeze, pan and smooth with confidence

    Understanding shutter speed as a creative tool is essential if you want to produce images that are about movement – whether you’re freezing action, smoothing out running water or panning the camera to add motion blur.

    The shutter speed often seems to take second place to more obvious creative controls such as aperture and depth of field, so we’re going to show you how important understanding shutter speed is to your creative repertoire; we’ll show you how to take control of your shutter speeds and how to turn what would have been a good shot into a great shot.

    Cheat Sheet Friday: how a camera shutter works

    | Photography for Beginners | 24/08/2012 15:42pm
    Cheat Sheet Friday: how a camera shutter works

    Have you ever thought about how your camera shutter actually works to regulate the brightness of your photos? Shutter speed is one of those fundamental controls on our camera that we take for granted, but knowing how it works will give you the knowledge you need to start taking pictures with more authority. Our latest photography cheat sheet illustrates how each component of your camera’s shutter works in tandem.

    Panning: how the pros capture motion (and the best shutter speeds to use)

    | Photography Tips | 21/07/2012 05:00am
    Panning: how the pros capture motion blur (and the best shutter speeds to use)

    Panning is a great way to capture a sense of movement in your action photography, by blurring the background, but keeping the subject sharp. Panning is often thought to be quite difficult, but in reality, with sound technique and some practice you can capture motion blur quite easily. Below we’ll show you how it is done and reveal the best shutter speeds to use for different common subjects.

    Best shutter speeds for every situation

    | Photography Tips | 26/06/2012 16:00pm
    Best shutter speeds for every situation

    Do you struggle with finding the best shutter speeds when shooting unfamiliar subject matter? It can be difficult to know how to set up your camera to freeze movement, capture motion blur and other popular in-camera effects.

    In the latest of our ongoing photography cheat sheet series, we’ve put together our list of what we believe are the best shutter speeds for every situation.

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