Photography Cheat Sheet: The Dummys Guide to Using a Tripod

Tripods have long been one of the most important tools of the trade for many photographers. Some genres and projects even require it. If you've made the big decision to invest in a sturdy and reliable tripod, it's not enough that you know how to secure your camera to it.

With today's photography cheat sheet to help you make the most out of it, especially if you're going to use it a lot during outdoor shoots. .

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2020-1-13 11:00

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Photography Cheat Sheet: The Best Camera Settings for Studio Portraits

Studio portraiture is particularly interesting for many budding portrait photographers because of the level of control they can have over their final image. You can always set up your light the way you want, experiment with different lighting techniques, play with backdrops, and use any equipment that you feel is necessary to the results you want to achieve.

2019-12-09 11:00

Photography Cheat Sheet: Shooting During a Zombie Apocalypse (Fun!)

The folks of Brooklyn-based photo imaging retailer Focus Camera came up with an interesting scenario for an infographic: what would it be like for photographers to continue shooting during a zombie apocalypse? What would they need? The result is a photography cheat sheet aptly titled, Framing The End Of The World: How to Take Photos of a Zombie Apocalypse and Live to Tell About It.

2019-11-04 11:00

Photography Cheat Sheet: Explaining Camera Exposure to a Dummy

Mastering camera controls can be intimidating for beginners, especially for those who are upgrading from a smartphone camera. But, it doesn't have to stay that way. Today's photography cheat sheet will certainly help anyone who wants to have a better understanding of the three basic camera settings: aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.

2019-10-16 10:00

Photography Cheat Sheet: When to Use Wide or Narrow Aperture

Whether you're just transitioning from a smartphone camera or an everyday point and shoot digital camera, working with aperture settings can be confusing. When do you choose a smaller aperture over a wider one? What effect does a wider aperture do to a photo? These could be some of the questions you find yourself asking, so we're sharing just the right cheat sheet to help you make sense of it.

2019-08-01 10:00