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Digital Photography Tips
« on: December 05, 2018, 11:19:15 PM »
Get digital photography tips from photographers Rob Sheppard and Bob Martin in this photo field guide from National Geographic.

DIGITAL CAMERAS TODAY offer superb image quality that competes directly with film.

These cameras look and act like traditional cameras with a few extra features. Tricky camera designs are quickly leaving the marketplace because photographers want to take pictures and not be bogged down by hard-to-use technology.

Many things about digital cameras are identical to film cameras, a few things are slightly tweaked from film expectations, and a number of features are unique to digital photography. Some of the big differences can actually help you take better pictures than you ever did with a film camera.

For quality results from any camera, the basics of photography still apply no matter how an image is captured. A tripod is always important if slow shutter speeds are needed and big telephoto lenses are used. Fast shutter speeds remain a key way to stop action, and f-stops continue to affect depth of field. The important parts of a scene still need to have the focus centered on them, and dramatic light always helps make for dramatic photos.

Read more: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-tips/digital-photography-tips/