Important is Understanding the Exposure When You are Photographing?

March 23rd, 2015 by No comments »
When you hear the word exsposure maybe this will strangers in your ears to hear, let alone for the beginner or the photographers photographing with a mere whim exsposure is regarded as less important. The digital era as now demanded everyone work more instant camera that has the appearance of dishonesty in a practical design for example HP pocket camera or a camera made by the company so that staying bound to direct the camera just reprogrammed automatically.
Photography is inseparable from the named with light. Photography always talk with the amount of light that will fit on a light sensor either an analog or a digital camera. By reading the light that enters the sensor then the light will enter into the sensor must be fitted if the incoming light on the camera too much then the resulting photos will be bright white tends to be even overwhelming total, if the incoming light is too little on camera then the incoming light causes photo looks dark or even total darkness. Indeed if you use a digital camera will not be confused in regulating the amount of light that enters the P button because there’s this button acts regulate the incoming light in accordance with the existing light conditions near the camera there’s even a button that serves to regulate the light in accordance with the weather conditions and the lights being used at the time. But I think it’s still less great because your better using the manual function because you can specify the image itself and the games certainly will train your instinct as a professional artist. Let’s learn how to manually use exsposure on camera.

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Between The Camera And The Camera Lens Sensor

January 12th, 2015 by No comments »
Many people wonder what is the difference between the use of digital cameras and camera manual? Let us trace the differences and slightly open the workings of the camera on manual camera sensor and a digital camera. Indeed, there is a difference in the size of the sensor in a digital camera with manual camera that has a size of 35-mm film Format camera sensors. manual which has a size of 35 mm film has a ratio comparison model: 24 mm. digital camera with NIKON D1 brand has a 24 mm CCD sensor: 18 mm. If we compare the two there is a difference between polygons and generate comparison to 1.5 times. To calculate the magnification by 1.5 times the figure calculated from the figures for manual camera with 36 mm to 24 mm in digital cameras is divided then the results obtained as a result of this, 1.5 times as factor magnifications. From this we can calculate when we use a digital camera with a focal length of 20 mm, then the results obtained are (20mmX 1.5 = 35 mm) on a digital camera that we have.

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Set The Shadow Through The Ancient Camera

December 20th, 2014 by No comments »
Old camera has its own uniqueness. In the camera there is a simple components that can capture the image through the camera lens. Before doing the photo shoot you have to specify the object to be your portrait. First you have to do the photo shoot before aiming his camera at the object by looking at the shadows targets within the search engines. The Finder is a four-square spaces that restrict your vision to organize arrangement or composition of the shadow of the target object to be your portrait. The selection of the place and a nice angle is required to produce a great photo-taking results on searching  machine, so at best get results. To get results that look good not only with forward or rewind the position of our bodies, but can also stand up better to the left or to the right, standing above somewhere or squatting. This will give you the best possible point of view on the results of the photo shoot.

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