Free family portrait photography cheat sheet. Family portrait photography is probably the one genre we all shoot at one time or another.
On the other hand, family portrait photography can equally be the most frustrating. While we can’t offer much help in the way of crying babies, we can help with a number of common obstacles we face when taking pictures of family. In the latest of our photography cheat sheet series (see our 11 most popular photography cheat sheets from that series) we’ve come up with what we believe are four of the trickiest conditions for shooting family portrait photography. EasyShare Z760 zoom digital camera — User's guide. S220S225EN.pdf (application/pdf Object) Automatic Exposure Bracketing (AEB) A Post By: Darren Rowse Have you ever been photographing a subject with tricky lighting or lots of variation between bright and darker areas but were not sure what exposure setting to go with?
One way to work in such situations is to manually play around with your exposure control and take a series of shots – the problem with this is that it takes time and if you are photographing a changing environment (for example a sunset which changes from moment to moment) you can lose ‘the moment’ while you get things right. Most DSLRs (and some more advanced compact cameras) come with a feature called ‘Automatic Exposure Bracketing‘ (AEB) which can be useful to learn how to use in such situations. Introduction to White Balance. A Post By: Darren Rowse White Balance is an aspect of photography that many digital camera owners don’t understand or use – but it’s something well worth learning about as it can have a real impact upon the shots you take.
So for those of you who have been avoiding White Balance – let me introduce you to it. Aperture and Shutter Priority Modes. A Post By: Darren Rowse Over the last few weeks we’ve been looking at different elements of exposure and how to move out of the ‘Auto’ mode on your digital camera.
We’ve looked at Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO and have discovered what each of them is and what impact changing them will have on your images. Now that we’ve looked at the theory of how changing these elements impacts an image I’d like to move into how to use them by examining two shooting modes that many digital have on them that allow you to take a step away from the automatic settings that you might be spending a lot of time in. The two shooting modes are Aperture Priority Mode and Shutter Priority Mode. A Quick Reviser. Introduction to Aperture in Digital Photography.
Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography. ISO Settings in Digital Photography. Learning about Exposure – The Exposure Triangle. A Post By: Darren Rowse Bryan Peterson has written a book titled Understanding Exposure which is a highly recommended read if you’re wanting to venture out of the Auto mode on your digital camera and experiment with it’s manual settings.
In it Bryan illustrates the three main elements that need to be considered when playing around with exposure by calling them ‘the exposure triangle’.