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Choosing the Best Digital or Film Camera - Photography Tutorial

Whether you want a DSLR or a compact camera or a pocket camera, there are so many models to choose from, at a bewildering range of prices; but where do you start?


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Holding the Camera - Photography Tutorial

Holding the camera properly is the best way to avoid or minimize the effects of camera shake. A good firm grip with the right hand and support from underneath means that, when you press the shutter release, movement of the camera will be minimized. This will enable you to shoot sharper pictures at slower shutter speeds.


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Understanding Camera Metering and Exposure - Photography Tutorial

Knowing how your digital camera meters light is critical for achieving consistent and accurate exposures. Metering is the brains behind how your camera determines the shutter speed and aperture, based on lighting conditions and ISO speed. Metering options often include partial, evaluative zone or matrix, center-weighted and spot metering. Each of these have subject lighting conditions for which they excel-- and for which they fail. Understanding these can improve one's photographic intuition for how a camera measures light.


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Selecting and Using a Camera Tripod - Photography Tutorial

A camera tripod can make a huge difference in the sharpness and overall quality of photos. It also enables photos to be taken with less light or a greater depth of field, in addition to making several specialty techniques possible. This article discusses considerations and techniques for choosing and making the most of a camera tripod.


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Camera Flash, Part 2: Flash Ratios and Exposure - Photography Tutorial

Using a camera flash can both broaden the scope and enhance the appearance of your photographic subjects. However, flash is also one of the most confusing and misused of all photographic tools. In fact, the best flash photo is often the one where you cannot even tell a flash was used. This tutorial aims to overcome all the technical terminology in order to focus on the real essence of flash photography: how to control your light and subsequently achieve the desired exposure.


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Episode 5: Camera Meters and Histograms - Photography Video Tutorial

Get better exposures by understanding how your camera's light meter sees a scene (and how this relates to histograms).


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Episode 8: DIY Pinhole Camera, 35mm Style - Photography Video Tutorial

This is one of our favorite projects, a wide format pinhole camera that uses 35mm film and is made from $10 in crafts store items.


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About Focusing - Photography Video Tutorial

This informative tutorial video is designed for beginners and serious ammeters to get a solid foundation in photography.


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Wildlife - Equipment and Camera Settings - Photography Video Tutorial

This video is an overview of the equipment and camera setting to use for wildlife photography.


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EV Function - Photography Video Tutorial

Detailed video about the function and use of EV on Nikon DSLRs.


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