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We’ve all been there. A friend or family member comes back from a vacation and shows you their photos. You have a hard time believing these shots were taken by your loved one and weren’t grabbed from the latest issue of National Geographic.
Most types of photography will have you deliberately taking your time to select both a foreground and background, preparing your equipment, properly framing your subject, and getting the right timing for the shot. Sport photography, however, is entirely different.
You’ve already taken care to adjust your ISO. You’ve opened up your aperture. You’ve pumped up your shutter speed as high as it will go. Unfortunately, all of this will be for nothing if you don’t get the proper equipment to pair with your newly-honed skills.
Depth of Field is a wildly variable term that shifts according to numerous settings with your device. However, in its essence, the depth of field of your shot is the area to the fore and back of your subject that remains in focus. In jargon parlance, depths of field can either be described as shallow, […]
ISO, or International Standards of Operation, determines how sensitive your film or sensor is to light, depending on whether you are using a traditional or digital camera. The lower your ISO setting, the less sensitive your film or sensor is to light.
Travel is about learning, exploring and making lasting memories. What better way to record those memories than with photographs? Whether you are taking pictures of iconic sights or you and your travel partner enjoying local cuisine you will want to make sure your photos are saved at all costs.