Your camera will focus automatically as soon as you press the shutter button, but what’s it focusing on? That’s the question you need to ask yourself, because it won’t always pick the subject or area of the picture that you want it to. In this photography cheat sheet we explain how to use a single AF point to achieve sharper focus.
Then why are we the only ones out here?
Took my new friends out to the lawn for a photoshoot.
The late afternoon light was against me, but I was able to balance my camera on some pebbles and use my remote shutter release to capture the longer exposure time. I am happy with the results and even had a little fun telling a story with the little guy.
Here are 10 camera settings you need to learn to master your Nikon (and 10 you can manage without).
Learn the essentials from focus lock, shutter and aperture priority to white balance on Digital Camera World.
I have been playing around with night sky photography. It has been great to take my camera settings to a new level. Here are some of the pictures I have been taking.
The settings I used are shared so you can try for yourself. Have fun and share your photographs here.
F-stop 13, ISO 400, Exposure Time 8 sec, Focal Length 88mm
F-stop 13, ISO 400, Exposure Time 20 sec, Focal Length 18mm
F-stop 13, ISO 400, Exposure Time 338 sec, Focal Length 18mm
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