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Sunset Photography Tips - How to Take Good Photos

Everyone loves looking at gorgeous sunsets, which is why sunset photography is so popular. If you want to take stunning sunset pictures, then here are some some simple techniques you can use to get photos that really stand out. Sunset Photography Rule #1: Protect your Eyes and Camera It is dangerous to your eyes and to your camera's image sensor to point your camera directly at a bright yellow sun. Using a long lens or optical zoom will magnify the damaging effects. If you want to get a better picture (and play it safe), wait until the sun has fallen below the horizon or is a dark red color. Sunset Photography Rule #2: Capture the Color Ever run out the door to photograph a brilliant sunset but then after uploading to your computer wonder what happened to those saturated, bright hues? Usually the culprit is the camera's automatic white balance. While your eyes can easily see the brilliant yellows, oranges, magentas and blues of a sunset, the camera's automatic white balance works to dull down the bright c...

 


Digital Photography Basics - Differences Between Compacts and DSLRs

If you want to learn the basics of digital photography, it really doesn't matter whether you're using a digital compact or a DSLR with the exception of these few important differences. Digital Compacts One of the biggest advantages to digital compacts is the cost. Another thing to consider when buying a DSLR is that you will need to purchase at least one lens for your camera especially if you want to take distant photographs. Digital compacts always come with a built in lens and sometimes even come with a zoom. If you have an optical zoom on your digital compact, you can get some good quality telephoto shots too. An Optical zoom is always better than digital zoom because a digital zoom works like cropping and takes away pixels. The more you zoom with a digital zoom the lower the image quality. Unlike regular zooms, an optical zoom maintains the quality of your picture. Some compacts will take such high quality images that many a pro will use one when they don't want to carry all of their DSLR gear. The qu...

 


Photography 101: A Short History of the Photograph

In these modern times, cameras are everywhere. Whether it's a tiny digital you keep in your pocket or a medium format monstrosity you use for a hobby, cameras have become an integral part of human life. With that in mind, let's take a trip down memory lane and talk a bit about where modern photography came from and what it has meant to our civilization. One of the most amazing things about photographs is how heavily we depend on them to record our history and tell our stories, considering the fact that chemical photography is a relatively new science. The first permanent photo was created as recently as 1825 using pewter plates and a substance called "bitumen," and later photographs were printed on glass. Paper didn't actually become common until around 1888 thanks to the innovations of George Eastman. In 1901, the Kodak Brownie camera was introduced to the public. This was the first time that photography was so easily accessible to the public, in terms of ease of use and cost. It was during this period of ...

 




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