Digital Photography Tutorials

Capturing Moving Water

September 20, 2014

The Photo Assignment for the October 2014 Light Painters Meeting is “Moving Water.”  This theme/subject gives us a chance to stretch our slow shutter speed muscles.  It also allows us  to practice the fast shutter speed technique to freeze the motion, but most cameras will do that automatically, anyway. It is quite possible to convey […]

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Need help understanding your digital camera? Download this PDF of our popular slideshow about using your digital camera Using Your Digital Camera 2012

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Instructional blogs like the one you are now reading are all over the web, but finding good content on them isn’t always easy. However, I just found a great post from Neil van Niekerk describing a simple method for adjusting your aperture and shutter speed to allow creative control of depth of field and motion […]

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Digital cameras require a bit more involvement from the photographer than traditional film cameras do. That’s the bad news AND the good news. More involvement means the photographer has more control over the output of the images, whether they are destined for online viewing or printing. This slide show is presented in a PDF for […]

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