Photography for Beginners – Part 4 – Panning

Photography for Beginners -Art of Panning In my last post about  photography tips , I posted about capturing still images of a subject in motion and we saw how to accomplish motion freeze of moving subjects. However, the background was not blurred and so it does not give the viewer an assumption that the subject was in motion…

Photography for Beginners – Part 3 -Freezing motion

Photography for Beginners -Motion Freeze and capture There are many occasions when one wants to capture the subjects in motion and the pictures turn out blur ,capturing the right moment is lost and is disappointing .We have many ways to freeze and capture movements using different techniques.This post is on how to achieve motion freeze using the shutter…

Focus – Auto and Manual – Notes

Auto Focus and Manual Focus notes Sometimes pictures are taken with  focus points on different objects .Here is one example. In the first picture below, I had the shorter candle  in focus (front focus) to get a sharp image of the shorter candle .The longer candle behind  was out of focus and hence blurred. In the second picture below,…

Photography for beginners – part 2-ISO

ISO setting The basics of the different shooting modes in the digital camera was covered in part1 . One of the settings mentioned in the post ISO, is a very useful one and  we will go over some of the ISO facts and details.This setting  is nothing but the amount of light that is necessary by the sensor…

Photography for Beginners – Part 1 -Shooting modes

Photography for Beginners -Shooting modes: Digital Photography is my passion.I am a beginner myself , learning with every new click ,experimenting and improvising my skills. I took a few  classes and workshops from a professional and that has been really helpful.This is an attempt to share what I learned and is hopefully useful to someone who…