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A Simple Guide to TTL Flash Photography. All modern auto flash systems from major camera makers like Canon and Nikon use some form of TTL (Through The Lens) system.

A Simple Guide to TTL Flash Photography

In theory, it is supposed to be simple and easy and would make it easy for camera users to get good exposure with flash shots. Of course in real life, it is usually another story. A lot of beginners with little or no understanding about how TTL flash works usually get disappointing results with flash shots. I am not going to go into a lot of technical details, but I hope with a few simple illustration and example, you will be able to know how to set your camera and flash to achieve good results with TTL flash. First, just a few words on how TTL flash works.

Basically, what that means is that, you and the camera not only needs to take the flash power into account when making a shot, you will also need to take into account the ambient light. 1. What shutter speed does affect is the amount of ambient light falling onto the image sensor. 2. 1. 2. 3. Da un Salto de Calidad en Tus Revelados Trabajando por Zonas en Lightroom.

23 More eBooks For Photographers That Are Completely Free. The following two tabs change content below.

23 More eBooks For Photographers That Are Completely Free

Tiffany Mueller is a professional underwater and fine art photographer. She has been published in multiple publications including magazines, art journals, and various photography books. You can visit her website at The internet is a wealth of information. So much information, in fact, that it can be a real pain trying to sort the useful from the not-so-useful. Adorama Guide To Lighting This free guide covers all the nuts and bolts of studio lighting including the different types of lights, how to use them, and even includes some bonus material on backdrops. The Photographer’s Guide to Copyright.

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23 Free Photography E-Books

Ritesh has been photographing for about four years now and his photographic interests have varied from nature and landscapes to street photography. You can see his photography on Flickr. You’ve seen them appear in some of our earlier posts on freebies. But today we decided to put all the eBooks together (and many more!) In a single, mega post for you. Ultimate Field Guide to Photography, by National Geographic. El “Metering”. Aprende A Medir Correctamente La Luz En Tus Fotos [AHMF31 día18] 81 Fotógrafos de Referencia Para que No nos Falte la Inspiración. Últimos trucos de José María Mellado para Panorámicas. Canon announces EF Extender 1.4x III and EF Extender 2x III: Digital Photography Review. Canon has updated its 1.4x and 2x 'Extender' teleconverters, to version III.

Canon announces EF Extender 1.4x III and EF Extender 2x III: Digital Photography Review

The EF Extender 1.4x III and EF Extender 2x III both offer completely new optical designs, weather resistant construction, Fluorine coatings on the front and rear elements, and promise higher AF accuracy than the previous versions. They also include redesigned lens release mechanisms and integrated processors for improved communication between the camera and lens. Jump to: Press Release: London, 26th August 2010 – Canon today unveils two lens extenders designed for its L-series range of new super-telephoto lenses. To facilitate the accurate transfer of imaging data between the lens and camera body, both models feature an integrated processor which ensures all focusing, metering and ID information is available – allowing the photographer to capture crisp, well-exposed images.

An In-depth Discussion of M + Auto-ISO for Canon SLRs: Digital Photography Review. (Updated on 10-Aug-2012) Preamble The reason I am writing this piece is not to convince everyone that they should convert to an Auto-ISO user, but simply to explain why Auto-ISO is a very good feature.

An In-depth Discussion of M + Auto-ISO for Canon SLRs: Digital Photography Review

Seeing that many people tend to dismiss this feature without really understand how to use it, and discourage others from trying it at the same time, I feel it calls for a proper discussion. Master Photography By Studying It: 10 Great Online Photo Courses. Photography is a deceptive art.

Master Photography By Studying It: 10 Great Online Photo Courses

At first glance it looks simple and straightforward: all you have to do is point your lens and click the shutter, right? But there’s a lot of theory and knowledge behind every beautiful shot — so much so that it can be overwhelming for the beginner. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources on the Internet to help ease that learning curve, with Udemy establishing itself as a prime resource for quality photography courses. Many are freely available, a few that require paid access – here are some of the best ones to get you started. Mastering Wide-Angle. The problem with wide-angle photography is that it's... wide.

Mastering Wide-Angle

That is, if you point your camera at a random subject, you'll get a lot of things inside the frame. Some of them will very likely be dark, others will be light, some will be near, some will be far. This introduces all kinds of complications, and in fact turns many of the usual rules, techniques, and even desirable lens characteristics on their heads. Relative importance of some lens characteristics at different focal lengths.

With telephoto, depth of field is narrow, the long focal lengths make hand-holding tricky, and you're often shooting subjects that don't stand still. 9 lugares para encontrar imágenes de uso público. A Vueltas con la Focal Ideal para Retratos: una Comparativa Real y mis Conclusiones. How to upload photos from a Canon/Nikon DSLR to an Android phone « David Naylor: Blog. Tuesday, August 28th 2012 I have been trying for quite some time to connect my Canon EOS 7D to my Samsung Galaxy SII (or GT-I9100 if you like), in order to import/copy photos and upload them to Facebook, Twitter, etc.

How to upload photos from a Canon/Nikon DSLR to an Android phone « David Naylor: Blog

Only the other day did I actually succeed. There didn’t seem to be much information on how to do this, so I thought I would make a simple guide here. While I’m using a Canon EOS 7D, this should work the same if you have a T2i/550D, T3i/600D, T4i/650D, 5D, 5D mark II or III, 50D, 60D, or whatever Canon DSLR it may be. Today's group: Creative Commons - The Best Photos ● portfotolio. Repasando el flujo de trabajo de un fotógrafo en un vídeo de 6 minutos. Nick Fancher es un fotógrafo de moda de Ohio que ha condensado en poco más de 6 minutos de vídeo su flujo de trabajo completo utilizando Lightroom.

Repasando el flujo de trabajo de un fotógrafo en un vídeo de 6 minutos

El objetivo de este video es ilustrar el hecho de que con Lightroom es capaz de trabajar más eficientemente que con Camera Raw + Photoshop. Presets de Lightroom a fondo. Desde la aparición de Lightroom en el mercado de los programas para el revelado de archivos RAW , una de las novedades que me llamó la atención es la inclusión de los presets o ajustes preestablecidos. Aparte de los presets más efectistas que podemos encontrar, como los usados para la transformación a blanco y negro o los que hacen virados de color, la posibilidad de crear mis propios presets para realizar pequeños ajustes a lotes de fotografías hace que mi flujo de trabajo se agilice mucho. Veamos en esta guía todo lo que el trabajo con presets nos puede aportar, en qué partes del flujo de trabajo podemos usarlos y cómo gestionarlos. Dónde y cuándo usar presets.

HDRI Photography: An Essential Skills And Workflow Primer. Table Of Contents §0 – Introduction §1 – HDRI concepts §2 – Equipment – What will I need?

HDRI Photography: An Essential Skills And Workflow Primer

§3 – So how do I do it? §4 – Conclusion §5 – Further reading 0. This guide outlines concepts involved in HDR photography followed by a logical progression of steps in the production of high dynamic range images. Course schedule. CS 178 - Digital Photography Spring Quarter, 2011 Marc Levoy Handout #2 Here is the current version of the course schedule. It is also available online at and will be continuously updated as changes are made. In particular, lecture titles and assignment names will become clickable shortly after a lecture is given or an assignment made.

Readings should be completed before the date on which they appear in the schedule, except for the first week. Ansel Adams Photography: 3 Books. 1. Ansel Adams Photography: The Camera. | 219 pages | 1995 | 0821221841 | PDF | 59.48 MB 2. Ansel Adams Photography: The Negative. | 288 pages | 1995 | 0821221868 | PDF | 86.17 MB 3. Ansel Adams Photography: The Print. | 224 pages | 1995 | 0821221876 | PDF | 63.94 MB Ansel Adams Photography: The Camera.

Book 1 The Camera, together with The Negative and The Print, comprise The Ansel Adams Photography Series, a legendary triad of books about photographic technique that has become the most influential "how-to"series on photography ever written. Home - Craft & Vision.


Sports Photography Course SAIT Notes - The Canadian Nature Photorapher. Summer Instructor Robert Berdan July 19,22, 23 - 2013 To register please click here to contact SAIT or for more information about their Summer Photography Certificate Register through SAIT by phone at 403 284-7248 Description: Are you looking to capture the perfect action shot? Take Sports Photography and learn what is needed to create successful individual, and team sports photographs.

The emphasis of the course will be on equipment and photographic techniques. Hurdles at High School Track and Field event - 50 mm F1.8 lens, Olympus OM-1, Kodachrome 64 1. Define what constitutes a sport and note different requirments for indoor vs outdoor sports Identify the features of the following lenses: normal, short telephoto, long telephoto, wide and ultra wide angle, teleconverters. Sports Photography Tips by Jerry Lodriguss. Back | Home | Up | Next Home | Baseball | Basketball | Boxing | Football | Hockey | Olympics | Track and Field | Other Sports These photographs, text and web page designs are © Copyright 1974 - 2013 Jerry Lodriguss, unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved. They may not be reproduced, published, copied or transmitted in any form, including electronically on the Internet or World Wide Web, without written permission of the author. Thank you for respecting the intellectual property rights protected by the copyright laws of the United States and International Copyright Treaty.

El Ojo del Fotografo - Michael Freeman.