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The Art of Photography (Part 3)

I’ve been meaning to write this third post in the series for quite some time now, but my other commitments have kept me quite busy lately. Apologies about that – I do hope you weren’t waiting on me to proceed … Continue reading

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The Art of Photography (Part 2)

Welcome to the second in the series of posts dealing with the more “artsy” side to photography. In my last post (here), we introduced an important compositional guideline referred to as “the rule of thirds”. This post will introduce three more “rules” … Continue reading

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The Art of Photography (Part 1)

It’s been a while since I last wrote a piece and I’ve realised I might have been overly focused on technical posts so far. If you remember well, I had started this blog making reference to the fact that photography … Continue reading

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Lenses (Part 5) – Specialised Lenses & Tricks

NOTE: Apologies for the delay in publishing this fifth and last entry… thanks for your patience!! This last entry in the “Lenses” series is comprised of two sections, one dealing with “specialised” lenses and another with some tricks that one … Continue reading

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Exposure Modes

As promised in my last post on the “correct exposure”, this next post deals with the different “exposure modes” on your camera. You might be in a position where your camera does not feature all of these modes, so if … Continue reading

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The “Correct Exposure” – Part 3

This post is a continuation in the series of “Correct Exposure” series. We will deal with “exposure compensation” in this post, and it’s best that you’re familiar with what we’ve covered in my earlier tutorials, in particular the first two … Continue reading

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The “Correct Exposure” – Part 2

If you’ve read Part 1, you should now be more familiar with the exposure meter, and how to read the information it displays. In a nutshell, you should know when your current settings will result in a correct exposure (zero-reading), an … Continue reading

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Exposure Triangle (Part 4) – ISO Sensitivity

Welcome again to my blog – this is the fourth post in the “Exposure Triangle” Series: you can read the other posts by clicking their title from the main page or clicking here: Part 1, Part 2 or Part 3. This … 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 2) – Shutter Speed

So, you’ve read Part 1 and are eager to learn more, right? That’s great; you’re in the right place dear reader and thanks for visiting again. Today, you’ll find out more about one of the three key factors discussed in … Continue reading

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