Anyone can own a camera, but essentially, it's the shooting techniques that count. Therefore in this week's "For Beginners" Category Ranking for August, it's back to basics, starting with 7 DSLR Master Guide series articles covering fundamental functions from ISO to exposure. Next, get familiar with the camera settings in the EOS M and discover how to employ pancake lenses to obtain beautiful pictures at different levels with 2 EOS M articles. Don't miss them out. Read more here.
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Portrait shoots do not need to be all focused and clear. In fact, you can obtain beautiful images by applying bokeh effects too. Join us in this article as we show you 3 different ways to utilise background and foreground blur to create a surreal environment and enhance your portrait subject. Read more here.
When auto exposure is unable to capture the desired level of brightness, the exposure compensation function will come in handy. In this article, check out this amazing function and discover how you can check for and manipulate the amount of exposure in your DSLR. Learn more here.
6 pigment inks, 5 monochrome inks and a chroma optimiser. The PIXMA PRO-1 is capable of reproducing the exact colours of an image down to its finest details. Join conservation photographer Jason Isley in this video as he shares with us the amazing features of this inkjet printer. Watch video here.
Flash photography is never limited to one shot per flash! Check out this article and discover how you can specify the flash count, shooting frequency and shutter in stroboscopic flash photography, and learn how to capture sharp images with stroboscopic flash in complete darkness. Read more here.
If you think hawker food and medical doctors don't go together, then you have to meet Dr. Leslie Tay. Nothing can stop this huge foodie from taking yummilicious food pictures. Check out his interview to find out what brings him into food photography and what are his secrets to shooting mouth-watering pictures. Read more here.