So you've decided to take photography seriously and start learning how to take better photos. Of course, part of that is mastering the controls and capabilities of your camera. But you will be able to do that better if you know the Exposure Triangle, or the three main variables that make up the exposure of a photograph.
When you go about looking at box cameras, you probably think about pinholes or something like a Kodak Brownie. But now, a darling of the analog world is seemingly returning in the form of the NuBox 1.
We live in an era where learning things has become a lot easier, including photography. On top of courses and modules that you can enroll in, there are tons of photography resources that you can access with just a few clicks.
Sooooooooo many photographers are completely and totally scared of using a flash, but in all truthfulness it's probably sometimes easier than metering for natural light. Because a camera has options like aperture priority for a photographer to tell the camera only what depth of field a photographer wants, lots of photographers tend to opt for this setting more than anything else.
In a few days from the publication of this piece, we celebrate World Pinhole Photography Day. Pinhole photography is very experimental, ethereal and really cool. More importantly, it's just plain fun to do whenever you get a chance.
Maybe for a really long time, we've been going about trying to get manual control over Instax Film totally wrong. Instead of trying to hack medium format cameras and camera backs to accommodate the film, why haven't we tried hacking the cameras available to start with? Well actually, the folks over at Camera Film Photo have been for a while now.
What Happens When Camera’s Shutter Syncs Perfectly With A Helicopter’s Rotor Will Mess With Your Mind
Helicopters can't fly without using their rotor blades, so to see one gliding through the air with its rotor completely still is a somewhat surreal sight.
The secrets to getting sharper portraits in camera are a lot simpler to figure out than you'd honestly think. There are three key components: light, contrast, and stability.