Photography Tutorials Category Archive - Page 6

What is the Sunny 16 Rule in Photography?

One of the more common exposure tips in photography is called the sunny 16 rule. Although it dates back to the early days of photography, and some would argue that it is obsolete at this point, most photographers still hear about this rule while learning about exposure. So, what is...

Recommended Camera Settings for Landscape Photography

It is crucial to set your camera properly if you want to take the highest quality landscape photos. However, with the large range of menu options and settings found in cameras today, it isn't easy to find the optimal setup. This article covers the best camera settings to use for...

Recommended Sony A7R III Settings

Sony's third generation mirrorless camera, the A7R III, has been quite a popular choice ever since it came out among photographers who use the Sony camera system. The Sony A7-series cameras have a myriad of different settings and buttons, which can be confusing to understand, especially for first-time Sony users. So,...

Recommended Sony A6500 Settings

In this detailed guide, we will be providing the recommended settings for the Sony A6500, an advanced interchangeable lens camera designed for enthusiasts and professionals. We will go over some information on what settings are ideal to use for day-to-day photography and videography needs, as well as explain what some...

What Is Noise in Photography?

Noise is a topic in photography that seems made to cause confusion. However, it is crucial to understand it if you want to maximize image quality. In this article, we will go into detail about the two types of noise that affect your photos, shot noise and digital noise, and...

What Is Exposure? (A Beginner’s Guide)

Every advanced and professional photographer today absolutely needs to learn how to use exposure in photography. When you first start taking pictures, you might be confused by the countless buttons and menu options on your camera. However, there is no excuse for using a bad in-camera exposure. By understanding how to...

How to Cull Your Images Faster with FastRawViewer

As you might already know, Lightroom is extremely slow when it comes to image culling. Although Adobe updated Lightroom CC to be able to fetch embedded JPEG previews from RAW files for the sole purpose of speeding up image culling, the process is still painfully slow when going through many...

What is ISO? The Complete Guide for Beginners

ISO is one of the three pillars of photography (the other two being shutter speed and aperture), and it has a major effect on your images. How does camera ISO affect your images? In this article, we will introduce ISO for beginners and explain how to use it effectively for...

Electronic Front-Curtain Shutter Explained

A number of DSLRs and mirrorless cameras today come with an important feature called "Electronic Front-Curtain Shutter" (EFCS) or "Electronic First Shutter Curtain" (EFSC), both of which are designed to eliminate camera shake originating from the shutter mechanism of the camera (commonly known as "shutter shock"). Shutter shock is an...

Positive and Negative Space in Photography

The deeper you go into photography, the clearer it will be that everything is about emotion. Each decision you make - every single part of your thought process - matters for that one reason. A prominent example? Positive and negative space. These two elements of photography are important because of the emotions...