Tag: depth

Question: How can I get bokeh background photos? I am using a Nikon 3200D with an 18-55mm kit lens.

Answer: Bokeh has nothing to do with your camera. Bokeh is an effect caused by the shape of the aperture. The aperture is in your lens. Use your aperture to get a the shallowest depth of field possible and focus

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WTF-Stop

An F-stop Is an opening in your lens. While many photographers use the term F-stop, I prefer the word aperture. Aperture, F-stop, we can use whatever term we want. What aperture we pick influences the composition of your photograph in

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Why do some photographers hate flash and avoid using it?

I don’t know, you’ll have to ask them. Here’s why I like flash. It’s a light source that, when used appropriately, is an effective way to add to the depth of composition of your photograph. You know that picture of

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A Color or Black and White Photograph?

The form/content of a picture can elicit a emotional/psychological response. If a picture is black and white, then form/content alone elicits a emotional/psychological response. If a picture is color, then form/content with the addition of color elicits a emotional/psychological response

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The Color Of Light

We describe the color of  light in degrees Kelvin. Take a look at the white balance settings on your camera. Those white balance settings represent the Kelvin temperatures of  different light sources. The settings probably look like icons but those

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In Photography, There’s A Lot To Learn

In photography, theres a lot to learn.

The good news is that you don’t have to be a know-it-all.

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Use Your White Balance Creatively

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More Light Right On Your Camera

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Sometimes Losing Your (White) Balance Can Be A Good Thing

If you’ve using the white balance setting on your camera in automatic mode, you’ve been missing out on the compositional possibilities of picking a specific white balance setting.

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