Posts Tagged Photography Basics

Moon Photography – Photography Basics

The moon It’s such an alluring photo subject and confounds beginning photographer more than it amazes. The problem is, when the moon is high in the night sky, it is contrasting the blackness of space more than most people realize. Our eyes and our brain do a great job of making the moon appear just… Read More

How Your Camera Works – Photography Basics

Yesterday’s topic was:  The Exposure Triangle Before we dive too deep into other subjects, I thought it best to explaining how your camera works. While not all the mechanics are the same for DSLR, smartphones, mirrorless, drones, etc… the principles are the same. We’ll use this DSLR image for reference: How Your Camera Works First,… Read More

The Exposure Triangle – Photography Basics

With our law and rules finished, let’s jump into how to make a photo. The Exposure Triangle First, there is The Exposure Triangle. It balances all things. Makes things right in the Universe. Or maybe it is just a handy metaphor. To be honest, the Exposure Triangle, to me, is better explained as two Teeter-Totters,… Read More

Photography Basics – A 43 Day Adventure

If you’re new to photography or just want a better grip on the basics, you’re in the right place. Smartphone, DSLR, mirrorless, drone…it doesn’t matter what you shoot with, the next 43 days will take you through a learning adventure and improve your skills. Just take it one day at a time and you will… Read More