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How to Take Night Pictures Of Scenery from SnapHappyMom.com

How to Take Night Pictures Of Scenery from SnapHappyMom.com

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

Fracture's Awesome Infographic of Photography Mistakes to Avoid! (Plus 58 more tips on the site!)

Fracture's Awesome Infographic of Photography Mistakes to Avoid! (Plus 58 more tips on the site!)

Download your free cheat sheet to help you get off AUTO and start getting more creative photos with your Digital Camera. IT shows you how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance. by bertha

Download your free cheat sheet to help you get off AUTO and start getting more creative photos with your Digital Camera. IT shows you how you can control Depth of Field. It shows the best Aperture for Portraits and the best Aperture for Landscape photos. It also looks at another key factor in controlling Depth of Field: Focusing Distance. by bertha

I know how aperture works but it's nice to have a visual for the different ranges. - Aperture Depth of Field Comparison

I know how aperture works but it's nice to have a visual for the different ranges. - Aperture Depth of Field Comparison

ƒ16 is just a starting point. If you want to use ƒ11 then you need to boost your shutter speed to 1/200 (in the case of ISO100). 2.8 is 5 stops brighter than ƒ16, so you need to go up 5 stops on your shutter. In other words, a bright Sunny 16 rule- sunny day is 1/3200 ƒ2.8 at ISO 100. You can use the sunny 16 rule with any aperture you want, not just ƒ16.

ƒ16 is just a starting point. If you want to use ƒ11 then you need to boost your shutter speed to 1/200 (in the case of ISO100). 2.8 is 5 stops brighter than ƒ16, so you need to go up 5 stops on your shutter. In other words, a bright Sunny 16 rule- sunny day is 1/3200 ƒ2.8 at ISO 100. You can use the sunny 16 rule with any aperture you want, not just ƒ16.

Photography Setting Info Graphic How To Use Aperture Shutter Speed and IS

Photography Setting Info Graphic How To Use Aperture Shutter Speed and IS

Photography Cheat Sheets - Amazing Tips For Brilliant Photos! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Home Blog

Photography Cheat Sheets - Amazing Tips For Brilliant Photos! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Home Blog

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Manual Mode Cheat Sheet! This is perfect!! I need this on a keychain or something so I can always get it right!

Manual Mode Cheat Sheet! This is perfect!! I need this on a keychain or something so I can always get it right!