31+ Days Of Photography Experiments – Making White, White

Friday’s Topic was Get Low. Today’s experiment might be a little more involved than its previous companion, Making Black, Black. This is because white objects will show color cast from an Continue Reading →

31+ Days Of Photography Experiments – Depth Of Field – Change Your Distance/Zoom

Yesterday’s Topic: Depth Of Field – Changing Focus Points Over the past two days we have covered how to change your depth of field using different aperture settings and different Continue Reading →

31+ Days Of Photography Experiments – ISO Limits Of Your Camera

Welcome to the first post in my series, 31+ Days Of Photography Experiments! Each day’s experiment is meant to help you learn about your camera, about photography or about how Continue Reading →

Why You Might Want A Reverse Graduated Neutral Density Filter – 31+ Days To Better Photography

Yesterday’s Topic: Photography Travel Gear Recommendations I’m going to let you in on a little secret: filters are still better than most computer programs at balancing a scene. That’s not Continue Reading →

How Your Camera Works – 31 Days To Better Photography

Yesterday’s Topic: The Exposure Triangle Before we dive too deep into other subjects, I thought it best to explaining how your DSLR camera works.  We’ll use this image for reference: Continue Reading →

ISO – 31 Days To Better Photography

Shutter Speed and Aperture. Check! When it comes to the last side of the Exposure Triangle you need to be nice, because it’s sensitive.  ISO is sensitive.  REAL sensitive. As Continue Reading →