Framing A Subject

I think I have decent composition, your focus will be on the skateboard because there is some yellow on it and it’s the only yellow object. I like to add vibrance to my photos when I edit because it brings the color out. If I did this again I would probably find a different spot … [Read more…]

File Formats

JPEG: Compressed quickly, results in a loss of detail and quality. TIFF: Are bigger files, can be compressed. RAW: Generally available on advanced compact cameras and DSLRs, compressed using a process that retains all the information originally captured. DNG: You can store RAW files as DNG files by the Adobe DNG Convertor and you can … [Read more…]

Camera Modes

Automatic Mode: Tells your camera to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best shot that it can. You have to keep in mind that you’re not telling your camera any extra information about the type of shot you’re taking so it does what it thinks you want. Portrait … [Read more…]

Conceptual Self Portrait

The word conceptual has something to do with imagery, for example I can show you a picture and form a story around it. Skating has really changed my life surprisingly.  Skating has brought me out of my comfort zone, I’ve been skating for almost a year and I’ve met so many new people. I like … [Read more…]

20 Important Camera Lens Facts

Telephoto lens can be up to 800mm or more. Fish-eye lens gives a 180 degree field of view. Different lenses range from zooms, primes, macro, super telephoto, and tilt-shift lenses. Expensive lenses have a fixed aperture. Wide lenses are good for landscape photos, a wide lens could be around 14mm. Standard lenses range from 35mm-85mm. … [Read more…]