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.
Let’s get this year off to a good start. Let’s learn and improve our photography and lets think about inspiration and upgrades. We have some tips to help you do it right.
Exposure Compensation is a feature that most cameras have these days. We’ll teach you how to use it properly. Then we’ll reveal an alternative method.
Editors Note: This article was originally published on December 12, 2011. When it comes to…
Taking a step back from our camera and our photographs, we explore the three main components that every great photograph should have. You may find it interesting that perfect exposure isn’t the most important element.
So you acquired your first SLR. Now what? Here’s a quick guide to getting you started…it’s not as scary as you think.
As Shutter Photo Prepares to take a break for the holidays, we wanted to load you up with stuff to read, do and learn. Here’s some great resources, articles and inspiration to get you through the week.
Several weeks ago, when I had been loaned the incredible Sigma APO Macro 180mm (OS)…
Red eye can quickly ruin an otherwise interesting candid or portrait. But what is it? And how can it be avoided? The answers to both within.