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photography cheatsheet. no matter how many times I've read about aperature it just won't stick ...

photography cheatsheet. no matter how many times I've read about aperature it just won't stick ...

Learn Your Camera Lens: part 2 the lens | Boost Your Photography

Learn Your Camera Lens: part 2 the lens | Boost Your Photography

15 of the Best Cheat Sheets, Printables and Infographics for Photographers

15 of the Best Cheat Sheets, Printables and Infographics for Photographers

Manual exposure mode cheat sheet.  Learn other great photography tips at PhotographyElement.com

Manual exposure mode cheat sheet. Learn other great photography tips at PhotographyElement.com

Aperture basics and F Stops Explained

Aperture basics and F Stops Explained

A Picture To Show You Clearly The Effects of Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO On Images

A Picture To Show You Clearly The Effects of Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO On Images

Photography Friday 3 {Shutter Speed}, lots of stuff to know about how my new super fancy Canon Rebel T3 1100 D works!

Photography Friday 3 {Shutter Speed}, lots of stuff to know about how my new super fancy Canon Rebel T3 1100 D works!

Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the 1/60th version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the 1/30 & 1/15th versions are better. (Copyright 2010 / Andrew Boyd)

Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the 1/60th version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the 1/30 & 1/15th versions are better. (Copyright 2010 / Andrew Boyd)

Depth of Field

Depth of Field

Tip on Selective Focus…    One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus.  More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1

Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus. More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1