Adding flash to your images has several key benefits. These include, reduced ISO noise, sharper images, and increased color saturation Flash also provides another mechanism to separate the subject from the background, by deliberately underexposing the background one...

There has always been a great deal of conflict within the digital photography community regarding which exposure mode is best. Many experienced photographers advise to only shoot in manual mode, while others say it is perfectly fine to rely on your camera’s automatic...

One of the advantages of shooting in Shutter-Priority or Manual mode on your DSLR is the ability to add creative effects to your photos. One creative effect that can really enhance, or also ruin a photo is motion blur. If you’re capturing a grooms wedding speech and...

This effect, referred to as bokeh, is accomplished by using larger apertures such as f/1.4 to f/2.8, long focal lengths, and a small distance to subject relative to the background. While this effect can be highly desirable for portraits, it would often be avoided in la...

The color temperature scale in photography typically goes from 2000K to 9000K. Color temperatures over 5000 K are called "cool colors" (bluish white), while lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are called "warm colors" (yellowish white through re...

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