Set up your camera. Where circumstances permit, use a slow ISO speed (lower number). In natural light, use “shade” or “cloudy” white balance if you have it; this leads to much warmer colours. Continue reading “Portrait Photography [ How to ]”
Night photography is quite often found difficult by a lot of photographers. In this article of night photography tips we are going to look at what steps are required to getting a successful shot at night. What sort of settings you need to have your camera on, and what equipment you will need.
Flash photography isn’t just a back-up for shooting in low-light conditions; it’s an art form in its own right. Just because there’s a plethora of swanky new DSLRs hitting the market with exceptionally high ISO that make it possible to shoot in virtual darkness, flash photography isn’t dead – in fact it’s very much alive and kicking. Continue reading “Get To Know Flash Photography”