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13 Composition Rules to Take Your Photography from Boring to Striking

Do you struggle with taking interesting photos for your blog? Click here to find 13 composition rules to improve your photography.

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Beginning Photography lesson: Exposure Compensation

You may have heard how important exposure compensation is for your photos, well, it is, but it's not nearly as scary as it sounds!

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Camera Lenses Explained: Understand All The Functions of Your Camera Lens! — Live Snap Love - Photography Tips

Ever looked at your camera lenses and wonder what everything does? Then this is the blog post for you! I’ll explain everything you can see on your lens, so what each switch does, and what that funny little window thing is meant for too 😀 Learning about the tools of your trade is important, so tak

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Photographer Knowledge Poster

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Beginning Photography lesson: Exposure Compensation

You may have heard how important exposure compensation is for your photos, well, it is, but it's not nearly as scary as it sounds!

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devppatel78 | Spotlight on Snapchat

Check out the best music, lenses, memes and videos in all the latest Spotlight snaps, brought to you by Snapchat.

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The Secret to Manual Mode: The Beginner Photographer's Guide to Metering

Learn to use your camera meter, which is a built-in camera guide or consultant! It will evalute your settings and train your photography eye!

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Your Step-by-Step Roadmap to Amazing Photos

Did you just get your DSLR and want to know what to do next? Want to understand your DSLR settings? These tips will get to started on the path to amazing photos!

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Expositor 1.1

Expositor 1.1 is a handy slide-rule based exposure calculator for photography. Normal use: Pick the situation you're shooting, then slide the ruler until your camera's ISO is lined up next to it, and every combination of F-stop and shutter speed to the left will get you close to a perfect exposure. Advanced use, settings based on artistic intent: For a more creative example, let's calculate shooting sports on an overcast day with a shallow depth of field (F4) to isolate the subject, and a fast shutter (1/500s) to stop motion. Match the F-stop and speed, then check the ISO value next to 'Heavy overcast day' to see how sensitive your camera needs to be, in this case, ISO 200! Advanced use, calculating ND filter requirements: Say you're shooting a waterfall on an overcast day. To get a soft look, you'd like to use a shallow depth of field, F4, and drag the shutter a bit to blur the water, 1/4 second. Slide the ruler (touch and drag it) until F4 is lined up next to 1/4 second. Notice that there's no ISO value listed next to 'Heavy overcast day'. That's because the scene is much too bright for you choice of aperture and shutter speed, but all is not lost! You can use the exposure compensation slider to calculate the density of the ND filter needed to bring the ambient light down to a workable range. Slide the exposure compensation slider until an ISO supported by your camera (for this example, ISO 100) is next to 'Heavy overcast day'. This should put the slider value at +6 stops, meaning that at ISO 100, F4, and 1/4 seconds, the scene is six stops overexposed. Just grab enough filters to block six stops, put them on your camera, and you're ready to shoot a proper exposure with the look you want!

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