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This Holiday season, add a new spin on the traditional Christmas photo! Retro, panoramic, quick touch-ups: a short guide to the best apps you need to install on your phone and create an outstanding Holiday photo album!
Shutter speed is the amount of time you allow light to pass through your camera’s sensor; it determines your exposure time. Shutter speed influences both your photo’s exposure and sharpness. It allows you to freeze a subject in motion or blur it to give the impression of speed.
Are your photos too light or too dark? Look no further: the problem is your camera’s exposure. Exposure relates to the amount of light that reaches your camera’s sensor. To get the right exposure, you have to know how to measure the light and achieve the right balance. Follow these useful tips!
Your compact camera can’t do everything that an SLR camera can, but you can still get great shots, even in poor lighting conditions. To get the best pictures, you need to make the light work for you.
Nighttime provides for a unique setting. But to take great pictures, you’ll need to make up for the lack of light. With a few techniques and the right equipment, you’ll be able to capture the magic of the night and take photos that are full of light and movement.
Taking great winter photos can be challenging for amateur photographers. The glare of the snow and fast-moving subjects don’t make things any easier! Here are our tips for brilliant winter photos.