Thursday 16 May 2013, 08:26 | Rajib Mukherjee | 200x read
Low light photography is a challenging pursuit, one that nevertheless offers a rewarding experience at the end of the sojourn. Low light photography, however, does not end only with capturing long trails of car lights or even shooting fireworks or light painting. It is the whole aspect of shooting images in conditions when there is little light available; conditions which are less than perfect for your camera sensor to make a proper exposure.
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Wednesday 15 May 2013, 23:24 | Rajib Mukherjee | 129x read
Light painting is an interesting pursuit in trick photography, the results of which are simply awe inspiring. This type of photography is shot using a slower shutter speed, more commonly in bulb mode, something that captures a long trail of light that can be manipulated to give the illusion of patterns.
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Monday 6 May 2013, 13:39 | Sarah Jo Coryell | 218x read
Every good photographer needs a little extra help now and then. A fresh perspective and a new approach to doing photography can help you feel rejuvenated and refreshed. Taking a new look on the same ole same ole can help reinvigorate you and your work.
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Monday 22 April 2013, 14:11 | Rajib Mukherjee | 337x read
A DSLR is a very delicate electronic product. Although some of them are built with weather sealing such as the Canon 5D mark III and the L series Canon lenses, by and large these products don't go too well with the dirt and dust. So the first thing that you have to worry about is how to keep them safe from the elements, always ready to shoot perfect pictures.
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Tuesday 16 April 2013, 17:13 | Rajib Mukherjee | 527x read
Waterfalls are a powerful display of nature's awe inspiring power. They are at the same time beautiful and scary, mesmerizing to the point breathtaking and yet imbibe a certain aura of might that threatens to devour everything in front of them. It is this uncanny mixture of beauty and intimidation that makes waterfalls an attractive photography subject.
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Friday 12 April 2013, 08:27 | Rajib Mukherjee | 317x read
The first question that most amateur photographers graduating from a Point & Shoot to a DSLR ask is, 'which lens should I buy?' While there is nothing wrong with an 18-55mm kit lens you may just want to swap it for something that gives you an extra advantages.
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Wednesday 10 April 2013, 23:12 | Elja Trum | 351x read
A German security researcher discovered vulnerabilities in the wifi module you can buy for your Canon EOS 1D X. The camera appears relatively easy to hack after which photos from the camera can be copied and even live-view and camera controls can be controled remotely.
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Monday 8 April 2013, 13:11 | Rajib Mukherjee | 199x read
You may have seen a photo like this many times, wondering how this could ever be captured in a single exposure. The trick really is quite simple once you get to know how these are done. To define 'light trails', as this is what this image represents, it is a capture that uses a longer than usual shutter speed allowing for an exposure that captures the light from passing vehicle against a comparatively darker background.
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