White Balance

We use white balance to adjust white balance is to get the colors in your images as accurate as possible. You might have noticed when examining shots after taking them that at times images can come out with an orange, blue, yellow look to them despite the fact that to the naked eye the scene Read More…

Portrait’s

10 Tips of What Makes A Good Portrait #1 make Your Model Smile, A smiling portrait is always more attractive. The smile makes the portrait brighter and also helps to lift the eyes slightly. #2 head Slightly Up, asking your model to raise her head slightly is a trick to avoid shadows and too many creases Read More…

Collage

Reasons I put a picture of the Jordan logo sign because its probably my favorite brand of shoes along side Nike but I rather Jordan. I also have a picture of a Jordan 4 with a unique color but I actually have the same shoe in real life just a different color. Its probably my Read More…

Framing Composition

Questions I think if I shot this again I would be more prepared with framing items and getting better pictures. I also would make sure their more sharp then being a little bit blurry. I don’t think mine shuld be on the Blog home page because it’s really not that good in general.

Action + Motion

  If you want to freeze the action in a photo, you’ll need to use to choose a faster shutter speed. 1/250th of a second should be enough to freeze kids playing soccer, but you’ll need to go a lot faster if you want to capture a baseball in mid-flight. Experiment and find what shutter Read More…

File Formats

JPEG JPEG is probably the best known of all image file formats, and it’s what many cameras use as the default output. The thing you should remember is that JPEG files are compressed in-camera, and thus result in a loss of detail and quality. TIFF they offer the opportunity for extensive post-processing. And because TIFFs Read More…

Depth of Field

Depth of field is zone within a photo that appears sharp and in focus. Images that are sharp from front to back are said to have a deep depth of field. The other way some images have very small zones of focus, known as shallow depth of field. Shallow depth of field photos are immediately noticeable because the subject Read More…