Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?
ISO is all about measuring light. The brighter it is where you're taking your photos, the lower your ISO number needs to be. Therefore if it's dark and/ or there's not a lot of light, then your ISO needs to be higher. ISO numbers range from 100 to about 3200. That being said, most of…
Metering modes explained and how to know which one to use
Most of today’s cameras have three different metering modes: matrix (evaluative), center-weighted, and spot. Some also have a highlight-weighted mode.
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We often wonder why most digital camera reviews always praise all the digital camera out in the market, that’s why we end up getting confused on which product
Choosing the Right Lens
Choosing the right lens is an important part of getting the results you want. The two most important things to consider are 'Focal Length', and 'Depth of Field'. Let's start with focal length. Focal length refers to how much you can see through the lens. It's important to note that the two most common lenses are
Nikon's history in pictures: from the Nikon 1 rangefinder to the D70s DSLR - Nikon Rumors
A reader sent me this history of Nikon poster that contains all cameras from the original Nikon 1 rangefinder to the D70s DSLR. Enjoy: Related posts: Adorama predictions for Photokina – new Nikon digital rangefinder Nikon history video The history of Nikon’s first digital camera (QV-1000C) Nikon SD digital rangefinder New interactive website announced today […]
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There are so many features and qualities camera that are being placed in the devices that buyers especially first timers become overwhelmed and dizzy with these
How to Make a PVC Pipe Camera Mount | The Crafty Blog Stalker
Set up your video studio with a PVC Pipe Camera Mount. Great for overhead shots, or straight on shooting. Click here for the tutorial!
Cheat Sheet: What Gear and Settings to Use for Low Light Photography - Digital Photography School
Shooting in low light? Here's a cheat shoot with some quick tips, settings and suggestions on gear to get you started. W.
How to Make a Documentary: Part 1 Story Development - Videomaker
Part Two: Funding, Financing and Budgeting Part Three: Shooting and Editing Part Four: Distribution DocuCraze: This last decade found us in a documentary
How to achieve a Film Look - DSLR film making - YouTube | planet5D curated digital image news
I can't believe I've missed this one in the past, but that happens This young man (at least at the time LOL) was in his 12th year of school (senior in ...
A Comprehensive List of the Top Tools in Documentary Filmmaking
Getting started in documentary filmmaking is a lot like getting started in narrative filmmaking -- most of the time you're just picking up gear that is cheap and readily available to you. But, if you're looking to find out what the pros are using, PBS's POV, the longest-running showcase of documentary films on TV, asked working documentarians about the tools and equipment they used in their projects. Continue on to check out an infographic -- a comprehensive equipment list of the cameras…