Back to Basics
These are the fundamentals of photography and although might appear basic, have some complex aspects to them. If you master these, you're all set to master photography!
Knowing the right shutter speed to use is fundamental to getting the best image. Different shutter speeds are needed for different situations... here is a guide to help you choose! :)
Aperture is one of the 3 key controls for photography, here is a guide to help you choose the right setting.
There are three ways you can control the exposure of your image; Shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. Generally, the three are referred to as the exposure triangle! I have previously written a post about how to choose your shutter speed, and choosing your aperture, so this leaves only ISO. :)
A "stop of light" is used a lot in photography, but do you actually know what it is? I remember it confusing me when I started but it is actually simple and understanding it will help you develop as a photographer.
I have previously spoken about the corner-stones of photography; ISO, Aperture and Shutter speed. Now I want to talk about the final element; exposure compensation!
4 years, countless expeditions and 10,000's images have lead to this short ebook. It is not a technical manual, but more like a philosophical guide outlining some advice that I think will help improve your wildlife and nature photography. Enjoy and share! :)