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Great Lens example. If you’re stuck trying to figure out what the numbers followed by “mm” refer to when talking...

Great Lens example. If you’re stuck trying to figure out what the numbers followed by “mm” refer to when talking...

Tutorial: Retouching Skin with Lightroom » Anne Almasy -

Tutorial: Retouching Skin with Lightroom » Anne Almasy -

In the last 3 posts, we have talked about how to get sharper images in-camera. Today, I am going to share how to take an already sharp image and give it a litt

In the last 3 posts, we have talked about how to get sharper images in-camera. Today, I am going to share how to take an already sharp image and give it a litt

DSLR Photography Tip: How to use a Graduated Filter in Lightroom to save blown skies *Make the sky blue again!

DSLR Photography Tip: How to use a Graduated Filter in Lightroom to save blown skies *Make the sky blue again!

Make Your Backlit Images Pop in Lightroom | Pretty Presets for Lightroom

Make Your Backlit Images Pop in Lightroom | Pretty Presets for Lightroom

Camera Metering Modes Cheat Sheet:

Camera Metering Modes Cheat Sheet:

nikon and canon lens price comparison

nikon and canon lens price comparison

Photography tips | 13 time-stretching "long-exposure" photos

Photography tips | 13 time-stretching "long-exposure" photos

Aperture stitch for food photography

Aperture stitch for food photography

[Aperture Vs. Depth of Field] When you widen the aperture, the depth of field becomes shallower, and vice versa. That’s not all the Aperture does though, as it also affects the exposure. The DoF is also controlled by where you focus, and how far you are away from the subject.

[Aperture Vs. Depth of Field] When you widen the aperture, the depth of field becomes shallower, and vice versa. That’s not all the Aperture does though, as it also affects the exposure. The DoF is also controlled by where you focus, and how far you are away from the subject.