This Picture Shows How Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Affect Your Photos. Here’s a helpful little infographic that has been floating around the Web.
It’s a simple look at how the “exposure triangle” — aperture, shutter speed, and ISO — affect the outcome of photographs. It’s not a complete picture, of course (for example, it doesn’t say why you’d ever choose a higher ISO versus a lower one), but it could be a nice illustrated reference for those just starting out in photography. The image was made by Daniel Peters of Photoblog Hamburg, where you can download a printable PDF of it.
(via New Mobile Life via Lifehack) How to Remove Fungus from a Lens. There’s nothing quite so frustrating as discovering a lens you own has developed a bad growth of fungus on the internal elements.
Lens fungus is commonly found in older lenses. It is indiscriminate of brand, build-quality, or price tag. If humidity stays in your lens for too long, the dreaded fungus may appear. I’ve spoken to a number of people who’ve shared with me their personal attempts to try to clean it off using various lens cleaners and cloths. Let me save you some trouble: you can’t remove fungus with standard lens cleaning solution. Today, I want to share with you the simple, non-damaging way to remove fungus from your lens. This Incredible Flower Timelapse Took 3 Years and 8TB of Photos to Create. Filmmaker Jamie Scott made his name in the timelapse space with Fall, a Central Park timelapse of epic proportions that took 6 months of dedication to capture.
And yet his followup timelapse, titled Spring, somehow puts his first creation to shame. Spring is the flower timelapse to end all flower timelapses. “All in all this took 3 years to shoot,” writes Jamie on Vimeo. “I shot over 8TB of 5k footage.” The goal, says Jamie, was to create the “polar opposite” of the Fall timelapse. So Jamie popped his Canon 5D Mark II and a 24mm lens onto a Dynamic Perception Stage One slider and started shooting… and shooting… and shooting some more.
Perhaps the most stunning aspect of the whole short film is Jamie’s seamless transitions. In this case, it meant meticulous camera angle and lighting prep in varied locations, followed by post-production that made it possible to composite several plates together seamlessly. 83 Best Photoshop tutorials.
Nikon FM - Wikipedia. The Nikon FM is a mechanically operated, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera.
It was manufactured in Japan between 1977 and 1982 by Nippon Kogaku K. K. (now Nikon Corporation). History The FM was the replacement for Nikkormat FT3, which had been introduced only a few months prior. These cameras were intended to provide a more reasonably priced alternative to Nikon's professional F-series cameras, which at the time was the Nikon F2. The FM has proven to be a remarkably long-lived and reliable camera.
Design and construction The FM is constructed almost entirely from metal and uses a mechanical shutter. For its time, the FM used a modern titanium-bladed, vertical-travel focal plane shutter capable of speeds from 1 second to 1/1000 of a second, plus bulb. The body has dimensions of 89.5 mm height, 142 mm width, 60.5 mm depth and 590 g weight. Lens compatibility Bienvenido a Jicuri Drum.
Supplies. Conservation photography from the Great Plains. 500 Photographers. Photoshop. À trier (photo) Galeries photo. Photographes. Photo. Photo pearlers. American WideScreen Museum - provided as a public service by Martin Hart. 12 Cool 35mm Film Cameras to Buy. Whether you're a professional photographer, camera buff, or just want to capture special moments on film, traditional film cameras produce crisp images and rich colors to last a lifetime.
Unlike digital cameras, film cameras won't require any computer upgrades or special software. Here's a list of 12 cool 35mm film cameras to buy. Remember that this list isn't exhaustive. There are plenty of other great cameras out there hungry for film. This is simply a sampling of some cameras that may work best for someone just getting into film. Canon AE-1 First manufactured in Japan in 1976, the Canon AE-1 uses an electronically controlled, electromagnet horizontal cloth focal plane shutter, with a speed range of 2 to 1/1000 second plus Bulb and flash X-sync of 1/60th second.
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Digital Cameras en Español © 2006 KenRockwell.com About these reviews skip directly to painfully obvious examples see also Why Film Isn't Going Away see also my D200 compared to 4 x 5" film I use both digital and film cameras all the time. Film and digital capture are completely different media. Most people get better results with digital cameras. I get my digital prints made at Costco and they look stunning. Labs usually make awful prints from film, which is why people who don't print their work personally get better results from digital. Large format film still rules for serious landscape photography. I use digital for people, fun shots and convenience. The biggest reason the results look different is the highlights.