Saturday, November 19, 2011

Introduction to Basic Photography

Digital cameras have revolutionized how we take photos. Photos are now viewed in an instant, shared to friends via email and social networks. Processing digital photo is also faster and easier than developing film in a dark room. Digital photos can now be edited with the use of computer software. Photographers now have larger exposure capacity compared to film.

A DSLR - Image: piyaphantawong /
The DSLR is the modern day camera, it is equipped with lots of features.

Cameras are a lot easier to use nowadays, they are equipped with a lot of automatic features, and it helps capture photos without even changing the settings. However, even with these advanced features, there will be times when the automatic feature can’t capture a photo the way you want it to. It is for this reason that you need to learn basic photography.

Portraiture: A portrait of a person - Image: photostock /

If you want to take beautiful photos, it is important to learn basic photography. It is the foundation to capturing beautiful photos.

Landscape: Mae Kaung Dam In Northern Thailand - Image: Sura Nualpradid /

A photographer
Image: graur razvan ionut /
Basic photography is vital in understanding how a photograph is made, what settings affect the outcome of a photo. In this blog you will learn more and understand basic photography. But before we begin, be sure that you know how to operate your camera. If you don’t, I suggest that you read the manual in order to know how to change the settings that I will talk about.

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