Does it matter if all your images are tack sharp? Well, that depends on what you want to do with your images. Or who and how you plan on showing them to others? For posting on the web and on social media... sharp enough is usually good enough. Facebook, Instagram, and other social media formats … Continue reading Q&A: Are your images “Sharp enough” or “Sharp!”
When using a Canon Camera, it has a few built in JPEG or JPG image processing options, that can be set to tell the camera how to process the RAW image file at the time of capture. It uses these settings in combination with the White Balance selected, and saves the file as a JPEG, … Continue reading Built in Camera settings on the Canon 7D Mark II with Sunflowers
Took a few pics at Lake Marion with Doug Gardner and a few friends one a photography tour. We had a great time. Also I included a few other photos from the same weekend at Magnolia Gardens. See if you can tell which are which.
Since 2011, and getting back seriously into my hobby, I've been focusing on taking lots of images and attempting to master capturing the image that I envision of the subject in the camera. After over 200,000 images and many hours taking photos of various subjects in various light conditions, my goals have started to change. … Continue reading 2016 – Photography goals
Lenses with a larger aperture are called faster lenses. Look at the image below and think about it. When a camera focuses, it uses the light coming through the lens to focus. The more light that comes through the lens the more information the camera sensor has to use to focus the lens. The aperture … Continue reading Q&A: Why are my images sharper with a lens with a larger aperture?
I went downtown to get some pics today and was trying to avoid the reindeer run and drove by Colonial Lake. I saw some pelicans fishing and stopped to take some pics of them diving. They are a little slower than the kingfishers from last week.