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One of the questions I get asked frequently is, “I’m making a blanket for [insert person], how big do I make it? So I thought I’d put together a complete size chart that includes sizes ranging from a lovey … Continue reading →
A histogram: You try to look at your images on the LCD screen but because of the bright light, you can hardly see anything. You arrive home, offload your images on your computer and realize that all your photos are either overexposed or underexposed.
Stop feeling frustrated with your camera! This step-by-step tutorial teaches you everything you need to learn on how to shoot in manual mode.
I've covered a fair bit on lenses this past week, comparing different focal lengths and understanding lens compression, and I thought I'd rewind a bit for any new photographers, and talk about what the numbers on the lens mean.