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The perfect photo does not often happen by accident. Photography is an art. It is an art that is dependent on a multitude of factors including aperture, exposure, and shutter. These three factors make up the exposure triangle and each must be understood to consistently achieve professional quality photos.
It can often be difficult to find quality articles relating to the camera and the nuances of photography. Below are a collection of some of the best photography instruction articles around. These articles are written by professional photographers and aimed at helping new photographers master this art. As our network of professional photographers continues to expand, we will publish new articles with the latest information on new camera technology and an innovative framing techniques. All the information you need to improve your photography skills is here at your fingertips.
Every camera no matter the age or the cost shares certain elements. But from the lens to the shutter, each camera is unique in its own way. The correct combination of aperture and shutter will help you take the brilliant photos you've always dreamed of.
Exposure is a combination of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. To achieve the ideal exposure in photography you must be able to understand how the three elements work together to form a balance. Explore these elements and see how each plays a significant role in the exposure triangle.
The main distinction between your typical point and shoot camera and a DSLR camera is the ability to adjust the camera's aperture, shutter and ISO. To understand how these three elements work with one another, let's first understand how a photograph is actually composed.
There is something to be said for being prepared. There is also a moment every photographer has faced when they've brought way too much on their trip and find themselves stuck hauling around a bunch of useless weight. Keep these things in your camera bag at all times.
Today's photography market is flooded with advertisements from Canon and Nikon and Sony...the list goes on. What's most important is that you stay loyal to one brand. Make an early choice and stick with that brand or you'll waste a lot of money down the road. Choose carefully.