posted on May 29th, 2013
Whether you are new to the art of photography or have been at it for years, it is fundamental for all photographers to understand the importance of using the right lens for any specific situation. Whether it be a fisheye lens or any other type, choosing the right one can make the difference in a picture turning out wonderfully or terribly.
Of course, in the focus to choose the right lens, it is common for Continue reading…
posted on April 2nd, 2013
Taking gorgeous pictures while on vacation can sometimes be difficult. It takes time to take out a camera, adjust its exposure and then shoot the perfect photo. When you’re on vacation and taking pictures, it might be easier for you to keep your camera out. This enables you to turn the device on and simply shoot a picture so that you do not have to go digging through your purse just to find the camera. Keep the camera in your pocket or on a string that you can hang off of your purse or around your neck. Continue reading…
posted on May 4th, 2012
The best lenses for corner to corner sharpness are called prime lenses. Primes are lenses that have the clearest and sharpest image; they are easier to design than the zoom lens and have larger apertures. Wide apertures lenses will be sharper than those with smaller ones.
Three cameras stand out above the rest when it comes to clarity Canon, Leica and Pentax are consistently working on making the best quality lens at the best affordable price. Even though these lenses are exceptional, there are some techniques you should always use while photographing. Always have a solid tripod you can hang Continue reading…
posted on April 30th, 2012
Over the last two decades, consumers have been conflicted between purchasing DSLR and compact digitals. The confusing factor stems from determining whether an individual photographer wants to place more value on portability or versatility. With a DSLR, photographers have countless options for expansion and improvement of their shooting equipment. However, if a photographer chooses the convenience of a compact digital by carrying the camera in their pocket at all times then they sacrifice the ability to upgrade the lens.I found Continue reading…
posted on April 29th, 2012
The use of a filter on your camera lens can often make the difference between an average image and an excellent one. It this digital age, many images can be fixed by editing software, but there are still a number of filters that are very useful and contribute to the excellence of your picture. Most filters screw on to the front of the lens and come in a variety of sizes. There are also square filters that fit into a holder that attaches to the lens.
One of the most basic Continue reading…
posted on April 27th, 2012
One of the most visually exciting places can be found while scuba diving in tropical waters. Under the watery surface can lie miles of undulating flora and fauna. The coral reef is one of the best places to find abundant life swimming, crawling, and waving in the ocean currents. When going on a scuba diving or snorkeling adventure in the ocean what is seen does not only have to remain in the memory. These special under water adventures Continue reading…
posted on April 25th, 2012
Understanding the differences between point and shoot cameras versus SLR and DSLR cameras sounds more complicated than it actually is. The major difference between these two groups is derived from the fact that one has a permanently fixed lens and the other has the option of attaching any of the range of compatible lenses.
Point and shoot cameras can also be referred to as pocket digitals, compact digitals and ultracompacts. These cameras do not typically have a moving shutter or complicated optical systems because they are Continue reading…