White balance helps to get the colors in our images as accurate as possible. The different setting modes are Auto, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Daylight/Sunny, Cloudy, Flash, and Shade. When examining shots after taking them, at times images can come out with an orange, blue, yellow look to them. Which is the reason for the images different … Continue reading White Balance Read & Write
This photography shows great natural light and on-location portrait. It shows great personality about the person. It also shows great depth of field too.
Try to keep the sun behind your object Avoid open shade since it gives little dimension and looks rather flat Look for light patches to place your subject in Curtains can be a great way to diffuse natural light Best time to shoot outdoor portraits is when the sun’s not shining from above but from … Continue reading Portrait Photography Tips
To begin with, my background is purple because it is my favorite color. Also being an auntie is the best thing, which I can’t keep calm. The baby on the right is my nephew and the puppy is our dog. Family is one thing I really care about a lot. I have traveled with my … Continue reading Digital Collage: All About Me
I used the aperture priority mode because I was able to get the aperture and ISO I want, and then the camera selects the correct shutter speed for my image that I needed. I have more than half of strong composition. I edited my photos pretty good because the images are not just a plain … Continue reading Framing
When taking a motion blur photograph use a slower shutter speed to make image have the effect of going very quick. Another thing to know is to stabilize your camera so that your object is only moving. Use the Shutter Priority mode so it can give you the possibility to only move the shutter speed … Continue reading All About Action And Motion
Mode: TV mode Aperture: f/21 Shutter Speed: 1/300sec. ISO: 800 Focal Length: 30mm Mode: TV mode Aperture: f/18 Shutter Speed: 1/5sec. ISO: 400 Focal Length: 35mm