A good portrait has five key elements: location, lighting, composition, emotion, and technical settings. A great portrait is generated when all five of these elements are perfectly executed. The quality of the portrait decreases if any of these factors fails. But another thing would be correct camera settings, compositions, angles, lighting, backdrops, and poses which … [Read more…]
White balancing is a technique for matching colors to the hue of the light source, making white things look white. A variety of light sources, such as sunshine, incandescent bulbs and fluorescent lights can be used to illuminate subjects. This means that a camera’s auto white-balance function isn’t accurate. Sometimes the camera misreads the information … [Read more…]
In photography the exposure settings of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO speed each is different like the shutter speed, it controls the duration of the exposure and can determine when the camera sensor will be open or closed to light from the lens. And the ISO speed controls the sensitivity of your camera’s sensor to … [Read more…]
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