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Aperture Priority: What’s it good for?
As a working photographer, I’m always looking for the most efficient way to create high-quality images. There are hundreds of...
5 steps to get out of Auto
When just starting out in photography the typical person will begin their journey with the camera set to Auto. Using...
Becoming a Better Drone Photographer: Setting up your DJI Drone Camera in Aperture Priority Mode
In this article and video, I am going to show you how to setup your DJI drone camera, using the...
How to Create Bokeh
I'm often asked about bokeh (which has a myriad of pronunciations bo?k? / boh-kay / boh-k?). The word originates from...
Aperture Priority versus Manual Mode
One thing I've noticed about many new photographers is the enthusiasm they have for really learning how to use their...
Understanding Aperture — A Simple Explanation
Aperture is one of the three sides of the exposure triangle. For many it is the primary force in shaping...

Aperture Priority: What’s it good for?

As a working photographer, I’m always looking for the most efficient way to create high-quality images. There are hundreds of things to keep track of during a photoshoot, but nailing the exposure is definitely one of the most important. Choosing

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5 Steps to Get Out of Auto

5 steps to get out of Auto

When just starting out in photography the typical person will begin their journey with the camera set to Auto. Using this mode tells the camera to choose the ISO, shutter speed, aperture, flash and focus. To be honest, the Auto

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How to Create Bokeh

I’m often asked about bokeh (which has a myriad of pronunciations bo?k? / boh-kay / boh-k?). The word originates from the Japanese word boke, which means “blur” or “haze.” It is essentially the aesthetic quality of the blur in an

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Aperture Priority versus Manual Mode

One thing I’ve noticed about many new photographers is the enthusiasm they have for really learning how to use their camera as well as possible. In some cases, this requires the use of understanding how to shoot in Manual mode.

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Understanding Aperture — A Simple Explanation

Aperture is one of the three sides of the exposure triangle. For many it is the primary force in shaping their photos, particularly if shooting in an Aperture Priority or Manual mode. Aperture is the easiest way to control how

Read More

How to Create Bokeh

I’m often asked about bokeh (which has a myriad of pronunciations bo?k? / boh-kay / boh-k?). The word originates from the Japanese word boke, which means “blur” or “haze.” It is essentially the aesthetic quality of the blur in an

Read More

Aperture Priority versus Manual Mode

One thing I’ve noticed about many new photographers is the enthusiasm they have for really learning how to use their camera as well as possible. In some cases, this requires the use of understanding how to shoot in Manual mode.

Read More

Understanding Aperture — A Simple Explanation

Aperture is one of the three sides of the exposure triangle. For many it is the primary force in shaping their photos, particularly if shooting in an Aperture Priority or Manual mode. Aperture is the easiest way to control how

Read More

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