Why Asking What Camera Settings Were Used is Not as Helpful as You Think. When you view an image that you love, do you find yourself asking, “What camera settings did the photographer use?”
This is a common question, that overlooks other important aspects which would have helped to create that image, such as the lighting conditions, and any post-processing techniques involved. As you become more experienced, and progress in your journey as a photographer, you may begin to realize that the things you originally obsessed over, may not be as important as you once thought.
For this image I used a shutter speed of 1/5th, as this would blur out the background quite nicely, as I panned with the rider to make him pop out more. This meant I had to increase my aperture to f/10, and could also decrease my ISO to ISO 320, too. © Daniel Smith / Getty Images. A topic that many photographers are caught up in, is knowing which camera settings were used; more specifically, aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
So why is the question unhelpful? Consider the image above. Conclusion. Mirrorless vs. DSLR - parte 1. Foi-se o tempo do abismo entre as câmeras mirrorless e as DSLR.
Hoje cada uma tem consideráveis prós e contras. Câmeras DSLR têm já em seus projetos algumas falhas e limitações inerentes. Parte disso tem a ver com o fato de que as câmeras SLR foram desenvolvidos inicialmente para o cinema. Quando o digital surgiu, foi tratado apenas como o velho filme filme e alojado em um mesmo corpo mecânico. Mês a mês – O que devo plantar na horta – Blog da Plantei. No instigante hiato entre esconder e revelar reside a força dos nus retratados pelo fotógrafo francês Dani Olivier.
Vérification de sécurité nécessaire. Introduction to Aperture. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been writing a series of posts on elements that digital photographers need to learn about in order to get out of Auto mode and learn how to manually set the exposure of their shots.
I’ve largely focussed upon three elements of the ‘exposure triangle‘ – ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture. I’ve previously written about the first two and today would like to turn our attention to Aperture. Before I start with the explanations let me say this. If you can master aperture you put into your grasp real creative control over your camera. In my opinion – aperture is where a lot of the magic happens in photography and as we’ll see below, changes in it can mean the difference between one dimensional and multi dimensional shots. Digital-photography-school. If you’re stuck for something to do this weekend why not give a new photography technique a try?
1. Light Graffiti By illum Light graffiti is everywhere at the moment and is a fantastic to way to get creative with light trails at night. Set up your camera on a tripod, with ISO of between 400-800. Dial in an exposure long enough for you to complete the word or image, and start the release with the self-timer. See some Light Graffiti/Painting: here’s a collection of Light Painting Images. Read how to do it: Light Painting: Part 1 2. Snarling at Me – by Ernst Vikne This is a fun technique to try or any composition where you want to enthuse dram or action.
Unwind your lens so it is zoomed out as far as possible. 3. Fading Flower – by Dude Crush Light a couple of joss sticks and let it smoulder until a well-defined stream smoke is generated. Learn more about Smoke Art Photography. How to Make Your Photos Shine Using Clarity, Sharpening, and Dehaze in Lightroom. The goal of any photographer is to make each and every photo stand out from the crowd.
Making an image that pops is something that we all strive to achieve, but it’s not always easy to do. Luckily, there are tools at our disposal in Adobe Lightroom that can go a long way to help us achieve an image that we can be proud of, and that catches the attention of the viewer. What are these tools? They are many and varied, but there are three central processing techniques that can make your images transcend the average, and reach the potential you intended. They are Clarity, Sharpness, and Dehaze. These three tools are deceptively simple and subtle. Clarity The clarity slider has been around virtually since the inception of Lightroom. Tips for Using the Clarity Slider Don’t add too much. Photography Tips and Tutorials for Beginners. Illustrator vs Photoshop. Como fotografar eventos - Parte 1 - Fotografia Dicas. Fotografar Eventos Uma dúvida muito comum aqui no site é “Como fotografar evento ou casamento”.
Quero com esse artigo te dar dicas de como fotografar eventos, explicar sobre a linguagem e explicar sobre os valores e pagamentos para um fotógrafo freelancer. As dicas de fotografia são para eventos gerais, como festas, eventos sociais, casamentos, aniversários e etc. Muitos fotógrafos começam fotografando eventos, seja por gosto ou por ser o “caminho mais fácil” para se entrar no meio fotográfico, pois neste meio sempre estão precisando de novos fotógrafos, mas não pense que por ser o “caminho mais fácil” que é realmente fácil ser fotógrafo de casamento e eventos em geral.
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