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What Makes a Photograph #9

Well, it’s been a while (again!) since my last post in this series – it’s been a while since I’ve done any sort of post at all, actually – but I’m back now, with a new “What Makes a Photograph” article, and today it’s something rather new, and unusual. For me, at least If you … Continue reading »

What Makes a Photograph #8

It’s been a while since I did one of these posts, hasn’t it? Yes it has! This What Makes a Photograph series initially started out as a weekly thing before becoming a sort of monthly feature before finally becoming something that I do whenever I feel like, and that’s what it is now. If you’ve … Continue reading »

Learning to Focus in Photography

There are three elements of a photograph that I consider more important than any other. I consider them such because I feel you have to nab them right at the moment you take the shot – not afterwards – if you want to end up with a good photograph. Or at least one with potential. What … Continue reading »

The Basics of Light Metering

Ever since my post on Exposure Compensation (and Exposure Value), I’ve been meaning to write this post on light metering, and how it works, to give you all a more complete view of how to get the exposure right using every tool available to you in your camera. Read the exposure compensation post together with … Continue reading »

A Little Bit About Lens Filters

I’ve been wanting to do a quick post on lens filters for a while now, and this looks like the morning I finally get down to it. I’ll try to keep it brief! Ok, first of all, what is a filter? No, it’s not like the ones on Instagram. Well, not exactly. A lens filter, … Continue reading »

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