When shooting a bright light source into the frame, you can get an interesting effect with the rays of light. This effect is usually called Star Effect.
This effect is very easy to get. To do this, simply remove the bright light source on the closed aperture. How much the aperture has to be closed depends on the lens on which the image is being taken. Each lens has a certain number F, which results in a pronounced effect with the rays. For the most part, when using digital cameras that do not have a mechanical diaphragm control device with aperture blades, the effect with the rays will not work. Continue reading
The question of how best to photograph in a campaign relates to general issues – how to photograph in general. But in the campaign for the photographer, and just for a person with a camera, there are nuances and additional features that can and should be taken into account.
And so, you first need to decide on what you are going on a hike – very often this is a big, huge backpack full of provisions, clothes, a tent and a sleeping bag, and also a guitar to boot. In the campaign is important every extra kilogram that carries people. Continue reading
This article is written in photographic slang and, moments, filled with my subjective opinions. This article describes the nuances of using crooked cameras and lenses that few people pay due attention to.
‘Crop’, ‘Crop’, ‘kropnuty camera’, роп kropnuty camera ’,‘ kropnuty matrix ’,‘ kropny sensor ’are synonymous with a camera with a reduced photosensitive element (matrix, film). These concepts are strongly intertwined with the concept of the crop factor and you can read the basic information about crop in the ‘Crop Factor‘ section. Continue reading