Oh Liverpool! Home of the Beatles, capital of pop, and a pretty good place to be on a sunny summer evening.
The time has come for me to say adieu and bid you all a happy life with your cameras, but before I go, I wish to impart a few pieces of wisdom.
Adding to your already super-cool manual mode powers, we’re giving you a monkey wrench today: ISO settings.
This week is a little different. Instead of explaining a technique or demonstrating a composition concept, we’re going make a lightbox.
One thing you definitely need to know as a photographer is that there are two very special times of the day when magic happens: the Golden Hour and the Blue Hour.
Taking a break from our normal lesson on how to take good photos, we’re going to talk this week about what to do with them – specifically, entering contests.
Piggy-backing on our recent lessons on using the manual functions of our cameras and specifically the shutter speed, this week we’re going to talk about action shots. Last week we discussed taking long exposures with a long shutter speed, this week we’re going to talk about short exposures with a short (fast) shutter speed.