If you’ve ever taken a photo and been disappointed with it, this article about how to choose the right camera lenses for the shot you’re trying to get may help you out. To achieve the effect you want, knowing how and why to choose the lens is key.
Learn about shutter speed and how to use shutter speed and the settings on your camera to either freeze moving subjects or blur them intentionally. We’re going to talk about motion and how to use it to create the images you want.
Learn some quick tips for getting stunning waterfall photographs including equipment needed, camera settings, what time of day to shoot, how to handle bright sunlight issues, and how to get something a little different. Examples showing shots taken with different shutter speeds help you understand how that affects the look of your images. Resources for more reading and where to find the equipment recommended.
No matter your skill level or experience in photography, learning which camera shooting mode to use in different situations is a good thing. Find out if you are using Manual Mode at the wrong times and working harder than need be. See how to work smarter instead, by letting your camera do the heavy lifting for you when it’s most appropriate.
You don’t really need a lot of fancy gear, just some good advice, and education. Here are seven simple tips for beginners that you can start doing right away to help you take better photos.