A dozen photography tips for DSLR beginners or those getting serious about photography. Advice covers equipments, lenses, aperture, f-stops, ISO, shutter speed and organising an archive. Video transcript: Hi, this is Tom Greenwood from sydneyportraits.com.au and Greenwood Photos. Now in this
Gear Guide: This is a little tutorial on the equipment that you need to get started with off camera flash work or strobist. All of the equipment is very affordable, especially when you consider how much it can affect your photography. A small investment for priceless images. Light Stand:
Basic – Part 1 – In this video tutorial I show you how to get started quickly with Lightroom CC. This Lightroom Tutorial for beginners will help you become better a photo editing and is brought to you by: In this Video you will learn: – How to Import Photos Into Lightroom – How to do a basic
Beginner guide to aperture and Depth of Field. If you want to get a blurry background, or take a landscape that is sharp from to back, then watch this video. This video tries to explain the basic principle of aperture. What it is. What it does How its used The effect it has. Different lenses
Over the years, DRTV has unwittingly caught the wanderlustful eye of many a traveler. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of recommended Hong Kong locations for photography geeks and GAS sufferers alike! The Complete List – Central: Possession Street SoHo Mid-Level Escalators Gage Street Stanley
Hi y’all! In this video I give you tips on shooting in Manual mode with your dslr camera! I go over the tricky triangle of photography. Aperture Shutter speed and ISO. I talk so much in this video sorry!! Its just a ton of information. If manual mode seems overwhelming at first don’t give up.