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ISO

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Feb 2014

Today's digital cameras are remarkably good at producing images automatically. They have some 'intelligent' design features which produce an accurate focus and exposure, but no camera can be truly creative. For this the photographer skills are essential. Before you start taking your……

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White Balance

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Jan 2014

Unfortunately photos often have a colour cast, perhaps a yellowy or bluish tint. Assuming your camera's settings are correct, this is not a fault with your camera's sensor, it is usually an accurate rendering of the colour of the available light. Different sources of light vary in colour.……

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PRIME LENSES

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 2nd Dec 2013

Sony PL Mount Prime Lenses Prime lenses differ from zoom lenses - they have a fixed focal length. To make your subject larger in the frame with a prime you need to walk forwards. Prime lenses are definitely worth consideration. They are relatively simple to build which makes some very affordable,……

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Normal Lenses

Posted by Adrian Stone on: 1st Nov 2013

Normal lenses are so called because they offer a similar field of view to how we see the world, it looks natural. Normal lenses have a focal length ranging from 50mm-70mm. Above this range are telephotos, below are wide angle lenses. Photographers often find a 35 -85mm zoom lens very useful. Normal……

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SEBASTIAO SALGADO - THE SILENT DRAMA OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Posted by Stacey on: 22nd Oct 2013

Brazilian-born Salgado, who shoots only using Kodak film, is known for his incredibly long-term projects, which require extensive travel and extreme lifestyle changes. Workers took seven years to complete and contained images of manual laborers from 26 countries, while Migrations took six years in 43……

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