Links to articles on Photography Techniques

Articles on Photography Techniques, written by Bhupinder Ghatahora.

Below are the links:








Understanding your camera modes
In this article I will briefly explain the common camera modes associated with ‘Point & Shoot’ cameras and DSLRs. You may be aware that compact cameras have various pre-set modes (often known as ‘scenes’).........Click on link to read more

Easy ways to Understand Apertures
Aperture is one of the three main functions in photography along with the shutter and the ISO.

The aperture is a ‘circular hole’ within the lens and is known as the ‘diaphragm’. To create an image, light passes through the ‘diaphragm’ and travels into the camera image sensor/film creating the image. .... Click on the link to read more

How to photograph Nightscapes like a Pro
I will briefly explain the techniques on how to photograph nightscapes in low light. Night photography is simple, fun and creative, especially at this time of the year as you don’t have to wait long for nightfall. Click on the link to read more

Understanding your camera modes
In this article I will briefly explain the common camera modes associated with ‘Point & Shoot’ cameras and DSLRs. You may be aware that compact cameras have various pre-set modes (often known as ‘scenes’) ........ Click on the link to read more

Landscape photography - Part 1
This is a two part article on Landscape Photography.

Good landscape photography is not just achievable by high end cameras such as SLRs, but very good quality photos can also be taken with a standard compact camera. The key point here is that it is not the equipment that makes the photograph, it is the photographer....... Click on the link below to read more

Landscape photography - Part 2
7) Include the Sky

Including the sky makes the photograph more interesting. Most landscapes images will have either a dominant foreground or sky...... Click the link to read more

Capture the Autumn Colours
Autumn is one of my favourite seasons for photography as it’s filled with cool nights, misty mornings, golden lighting, dew drops on spider webs, reflections of autumn colours in the water, long shadows and fallen leaves which all create a great atmosphere....... Click on the link to read more

 

 

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