Aperture priority mode is critically useful, but a lot of photographers, advanced or not, don't fully understand its potential. I personally use it almost all the time, for everything from wildlife to landscape photography. It usually provides optimal results more quickly than Manual can.
We wrote this recommended settings for Sony A6300 guide for those who are confused by the camera buttons and the long list of menu options in the camera. The Sony A6300 is an advanced interchangeable lens mirrorless camera designed for enthusiasts and professionals, so it has many complex functions and…
For many photographers, especially first-time DSLR users, the camera menu on the Nikon D3500 can be confusing and overwhelming. Even though the D3500 is easier to understand than some cameras, it still has dozens of menu options to choose from. How do you even begin to set everything correctly?
The highly anticipated portrait lens for the Nikon Z mount, the NIKKOR Z 85mm f/1.8 S has finally been announced, and it already looks amazing.
When Nikon announced the D3500, photographers complained that nothing had really changed from the D3400. (Akin to complaints when the D3400 had so many D3300 similarities.) I've now tested the D3500 extensively - and I disagree. It has its flaws, no doubt. But this camera is better than the D3400.
The process of photographing the moon first starts with the choice of camera gear, but shooting technique, as well as post-processing are equally important. In this article, we will go through everything you need to know about the process, from start to finish.
Nikon has been making full-frame cameras for more than 12 years. The total number of options today can seem overwhelming. In this article, I'll compare Nikon's entire full-frame (FX) camera lineup and explain which of these cameras might be a good choice for your photography.
Why does a successful painter and graphic artist suddenly decide to toss his paints and brushes and take up photography? Well in the case of Swarup Chatterjee of Mumbai, it was two things – the challenge of expressing his imagination through a light capturing contraption, and pure laziness!
Two years ago, my dad asked if I wanted to go to Patagonia with him, his spouse, and my brother. They planned to stay for three weeks. I said yes - and then some. I’m currently staying in South America for eight months, doing nature photography nonstop along the way.
Photographers always talk about the best equipment for certain photographic purposes - lenses, cameras, accessories, and so on. But what about packing and carrying your equipment in the first place? For something like landscape photography, you’ll often need to pack the most versatile possible kit given very limited space.