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Lenses (Part 4) – Other Properties

Aside of what we’ve covered so far in the first three posts of this series, there are also a number of other properties worth learning about. This post will introduce such properties to give you a more thorough grasp on … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 3) – Aperture

So far, we’ve talked about the three main elements in the exposure triangle, and looked in more detail into¬†Shutter Speed. Our next stop is with the “Aperture”. If you don’t remember the theory from the first post in this series, … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 1)

Have you ever heard of the “Exposure Triangle”?   The “Exposure Triangle” is a concept that is central to good photography and anyone wanting to take photography more seriously should be aware of its implications. It ¬†essentially represents the relationship … Continue reading

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Photography: How it’s made!

You’ve probably taken a photograph before, and you might even be doing it on a regular basis if you’re a selfie addict, for instance. You probably know how to handle a camera too, and if you’re reading other photography blogs … Continue reading

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