Consult the medication dictionary to quickly obtain detailed information
We thank you for wearing a face mask in our stores, as required by the provincial and/or local regulations.
Sorry, no matches for your search on
Here are a few tips to help you find what you are looking for:
It’s much harder to take good photos in low light. However, by considering the environment, your subject and your camera’s various settings, you can get excellent results. Follow all our tips and tricks.
Mastering lighting and exposure is at the root of photography. Over-exposure will lead to photos that are dull and dreary, while under-exposure leaves pictures looking washed-out or overly bright. And to top it all off, if you don’t use your camera’s settings and modes properly, it can trip you up by incorrectly assessing the amount of light caught in your shot.
The family is reunited for the holidays, and a group photo seems like the best way to get the whole clan together. It’s also one of the most common pitfalls of photography because this photo op can quickly become trite. Thankfully, we’ve put together our best tips on how to get great Christmas photos!
The colour of your light source is not always white—and if you’re not careful, you may end up shooting your subjects in an unflattering light. This is why you need to set the white balance; it will calibrate the colours in your photos, and ensure that they are accurately reproduced.
Macro photography allows you to develop a new way of looking at ordinary objects. Satisfy your love of nature by exploring tiny details. Macro photography is a whole new ball game in the world of photography, and like anything, there are some rules to know.