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Why Learning Digital Photography Should Be Easy

Learning digital photography is something which large numbers of people now want to do, whether they are completely new to using a camera, or whether they have experience of using film cameras and want to make the transition. If you have experience of using a film camera, that will still come in useful, as there …

Tools To Use In Your Everyday Photography Session

Whether you are a professional or just an average Joe trying to capture great photographic images there are some things you simply must have.  Yes, you can live without them but your work will suffer and people will run away when you break out the projector, scrap book album etc.  Trust me. I know these …

Digital Photography For Beginners Is Easy To Learn

Digital photography for beginners is a subject which is surrounded in more controversy than it truly deserves, as it is a relatively simple subject to grasp when a few fundamental are observed. A lot will depend on whether you are a beginner in photography as a whole, or an experienced user of film cameras who …

Organize Photos for Easy Access

You must organize photos if you want to be able to find them easily. With modern digital cameras it doesn’t take very long to build up a large collection of images. If you don’t keep them under control you can end up with a lot of photos spread out over your hard drive. This could …

Natural light has many faces

Natural light, for the purpose of this discussion will be defined as the light produced by the sun or the moon. We will start this section with sunlight as most outdoor photography is done during daylight hours. We will discuss moonlight a little later. Daylight is constantly changing. As the earth rotates it appears as …

Macro Photography Focus

Very little can be done to sharpen a blurred image when it’s being taken of something 100 times larger than life. Every tiny detail becomes apparent and you need to be doing your utmost to get a clear, crisp macro photograph of the subject at the time of pressing the shutter. There are however some …