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Photography 101

Posted on Thursday, April 29 2010 @ 05:21:14 CEST by

A lot of people believe that you have to have an enormous amount of lighting when taking pictures. Well, in all reality we really don't need 1500 Watt bulbs. Granted, having an enormous amount of light does help out, but with today's Digital Cameras, (DSLR specifically) we can use very little amounts of light to get picture perfect results. Sometimes, even a non-DSLR setup with proper shutter settings can give you equal or very similar results than the very light sensitive sensors new DSLR cameras come with.

Another area that really helps out in picture taking is the Post Production stage. Using a photo editing software package (e.g. Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, etc.) can help enhance our images to their finest. Again, we do not need a 500+ USD program as a 100 USD program will still give you the results we are looking for, and with a simplified layout. Since there are so many different adjustments we can do with our DSLR camera's, I am going to stick with the basics of lighting and using the white balance adjustment. The best way to learn your camera is to go out and start using it on anything and everything. Read more at Bjorn3D.



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