Pushing the exposure to create a high-key photo is a great way to create interest, focus the viewer’s eye and reveal the story within the scene. As we discuss Djura Stankovic’s photo, Rope-Dancer, we reveal the power of high-key photographs.
White is a burden for your camera’s meter, which wants to present that as gray. The results are dingy looking snow and clouds. With a little know-how, we can compensate for that. In this article, we discuss the cause (your camera isn’t broken) and outline a few options that you have to efficiently correct for the white-to-gray shift in your photography.
White Balancing serves as a basis for the processing of you photographs. This very important aspect serves as the foundation for all of your processing needs. In this article, we discuss the background and we discuss how to find “White”.
ISO is one leg of the Exposure Triangle, but it’s performance can vary between cameras. We discuss ISO and how it affects your work.
The one and only perfect exposure? It doesn’t exist, or at least its not alone. In this article, we discuss the characteristics of the many proper exposures, and explore the stories that each will ultimately tell.
Love Black & White Photography, but can’t seem to mimic the works of the masters? We share some great tips so that you can create crisp, clean black & white photos with your digital camera.
Earlier in the week, we spoke about metering off of a sunny blue sky. But…