What can you do with a half depressed shutter button? In this short post I’m going to assume that you are a shutter button only
Drowning in the Depth of Shallowness or… Why does Depth of Field Change?
Here’s the scenario: You take a photograph of something that’s quite close to you and doesn’t move around too much (a heron for example –
Throw it in the Bin?
I suppose the images we tend to keep rather than ‘bin’ are the ones that meet a minimum acceptable standard that we set for ourselves:
You Never Get Owt for Nowt: A Potential Problem with Digital Photography
Here’s a thought experiment: Imagine that your digital camera is, instead, a 35mm film camera and that you buy a 36 exposure colour film with
106 Pages for £181
I wonder how many folk have had a new camera for Christmas? If you have then you’re not alone. On average 9 million digital cameras
‘Baby it’s Cold Outside’. Ya!
There are some great advantages to cold weather photography: Cleaner air, great light, sharper images, habitats in their winter coat and variations in animal behaviours.