While the instant feedback gives the impression that digital photography is easy, here are some very common beginner mistakes: 1. Not reading the owners’ manual Admittedly, this isn’t easy to do. The writing in most electronic manuals is very dry and not very user-friendly. 2. Thinking the only way to get a certain picture is […]
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Taming the beast known as contrast is often a photographer’s biggest challenge. As the photographer, your task is usually to decide what’s most important and then compromise on the exposure accordingly, based on the various elements in your scene. Here’s a typical situation: you’re by a lake. It’s late evening and the sun is setting. […]
As you are entering the world of digital photography, it is important to pause for a little consideration ahead of time make sure you can accomplish your goals. Start thinking from the point where you go out into the field; all the way to where you start printing or sharing your work. Begin your search with the computer, then check on whether your operating system and the software (Photoshop in this case) will play nice.