Friday, July 2, 2010

Optimal Camera Settings For a Newbie

Hobby Photography, Very often I have friends new in photography asking me what are the best settings for their cameras. This is not an easy question to answer, as different lighting and environments will require different settings to deliver the best results.
Nevertheless there are a few default settings I adopt, which will like to share in this article. Before that, it is important to understand a few basic photography jargon like ISO, aperture priority, white balance, etc.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Digital Camera Tips - How to Hold a Digital Camera

Hobby Photography, When taking photographs, one of the most common causes of ruined pictures is a shaky camera, which leads to blurred images. One of the reasons for camera shake is the propensity to hold a digital camera at arms length, which does not offer stability.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

How to increase the popularity of web or blog quickly and naturally

Hobby Photography, Please read both good and correctly apply
A philosophy that says "Honesty is the Best Policy", this is what we prove it .... If the concept of honesty if we can generate traffic and greater popularity of the concept of complex expert webmaster or SEO expert .. ? ...
* Your web traffic will be flooded with visitors an extraordinary day after day, without having to worry about SEO or tired, tired of the control of every aspect of the world online campaign.
* Your website will be flooded with great backlink day after day, without bothering to hunt link control every aspect of the world where the Internet.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Why more photographers using the viewfinder instead of LCD screen?

Hobby Photography, You may ask, why kok, photographers, especially those using digital SLR camera always use the viewfinder for composition images, rather than by using LCD screen should be more easily and clearly?

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Golden Triangle Photography

Hobby Photography, Aperture, ISO and shutter speed (Aperture, ISO and Shutter speed)

A key part of getting the ideal picture hanging from the golden triangle of photography. Golden triangle photography is opening, shutter speed and ISO. The combination of the three determines the image exposure.