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Objetivo Nikkor 55-200mm

Objetivo Nikkor 55-200mm

Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are.  Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into.  You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding.  I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Learn How To Shoot In Manual Mode - ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed Explained

Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are. Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into. You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding. I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Boost Your Photography: Manual Mode in Photography - go for it!

Manual Mode in Photography - go for it!

“You might already know all about histograms, if you don’t it’s well worth getting your head around them because, well, they are pretty awesome." Rick Nunn

“You might already know all about histograms, if you don’t it’s well worth getting your head around them because, well, they are pretty awesome." Rick Nunn

Photography Tips | Shutter Speed Cheat Sheet | A handy guide for helping you determine how to set your shutter speed.

Action Photography Tips

Photography Tips | Shutter Speed Cheat Sheet | A handy guide for helping you determine how to set your shutter speed.

How to photograph the moon – aperture f5.6-8, shutter speed 1/20, ISO100; if the image is too dark choose a slower shutter speed, if it’s too overexposed choose a faster speed.

How to photograph the moon – aperture f5.6-8, shutter speed 1/20, ISO100; if the image is too dark choose a slower shutter speed, if it’s too overexposed choose a faster speed.

In this post we are going to look at how to take a photo of the stars, and how to edit it in Lightroom. Location is very important for this kind of photo.  You will need to find a location with very little light pollution, a little light is ok, it can add character.

In this post we are going to look at how to take a photo of the stars, and how to edit it in Lightroom. Location is very important for this kind of photo. You will need to find a location with very little light pollution, a little light is ok, it can add character.

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