Shooting in Raw format will allow you to get the very best from your camera’s sensor, but the benefits have to be weighed against the extra time spent processing and how involved you want to get with working in software. There is a lot of mystery about Raw files and what they are, but there really doesn’t need to be.
Photographing graphic shapes – creating a frame Most built-up areas are created using three basic shapes and the variations on them; rectangles, triangles and circles. Alongside those basic shapes we […]
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How to use the white balance settings on your digital camera for shooting under fluorescent lighting in the street at night while maintaining atmosphere. This also covers exposure compensation and high ISO settings
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Using filtration in male portraiture • channel mixture conversions • shooting in colour for a black and white result We automatically think about using channel filtration to create black and […]
Seeing relationships • using humour • the importance of straight edges • catching a moment There is nothing new in street photography about targeting how the world of advertising compares […]
Cameras are machines, and although they do feature a certain amount of artificial intelligence, ultimately they can only do as they are told. Knowing how your camera is likely to react in any given situation is the key to understanding when it is destined to get things wrong and that it is time for you to take control.
If you have a picture you’ve already taken that has slight converging verticals the effects can often be corrected using the features contained in a number of popular software applications. […]