Archives for October 2008

Exposure – Relation Between Shutter Speed and Aperture Value

The whole technical aspect of photography is about exposure. To put it simply, how light is harnessed through a lens and projected as an image onto a film’s surface or a camera sensor to produce an image. While the proper application of exposure control is not an end-all basis for a good photograph, it does […]

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All Hail the Prime! Celebrate Simplicity

by David Tong If you came from old-school film cameras, you’ll notice that the most common “standard” lens that came with the camera is a prime lens. There are good reasons for manufacturers to do that, mostly because of budgetary reasons, but also the benefit of having a standard piece of equipment that different users […]

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Flash – DIY Bounce Cards and Flags

By David L. Tong In our last article, we touched on the subject of how to control the direction of light for beautiful portraits that won’t appear like an unplanned, direct-flash photograph. We know that we can swivel and tilt most flash guns to alter their firing direction, but unfortunately, even if you point the […]

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