Surely with today's super-clever (and super-expensive) digital cameras, you'd expect the technology to guarantee that every shot is perfectly exposed, every time?
In this weeks's Tog-Talk, Helen reveals her secrets for taking great table-top shots... and along the way, we have a few giggles as well.
Nailing a sharp focus is arguably more important than getting the exposure right.
Believe it or not, there are more ways to take a photo than by simply leaving the camera switched to AUTO. If you really want to take creative control of your photos, now's the time to take the plunge and …
Today we are looking at the third piece of the puzzle of the Exposure Triangle. ISO, what it is and what it does.
Last episode we looked at the aperture, now it's the turn of the shutter. From our perspective today, we're going to look at two different types of shutter. One is mechanical and the other is electronic.
Aperture - one third of the Exposure Triangle. Understanding the aperture is like understanding the secret of life, the universe and everything. Yup. pretty damn important.
What are some of those key things that, if you had learnt them as a beginner photographer, it would have made your life so much easier?
In this week's Tog Talk I address the subject of how to take tack-sharp photos. One of the most common complaints I hear from new camera owners is that their photos just aren't sharp enough. You'd think that when someone …