Category: Photography 101

  • How to Improve your Photography – Composition Basics

    Reading Time Approx: 5 minutes Okay, we’ve finally waded through enough of the boring technical aspects of photography and can get to the meat of things. It’s not that the technology doesn’t matter starting with some photography composition rules, but I want it to fade into the background so when you’re taking a photo you…

  • How to Improve your Photography: Learning Your Camera

    How to Improve your Photography: Learning Your Camera

    Reading Time Approx: 2 minutes Over the course of this series of articles I hope to talk about lots of techniques and tricks to improve your photography skills. However, referring back to my first post, those skills won’t be of much use without practice. Learning Your Camera It would be nice if there was some…

  • How to Improve Your Photography – Moving Off Auto

    How to Improve Your Photography – Moving Off Auto

    Reading Time Approx: 5 minutes Modern cameras are remarkably good at taking photos. Point it at the target, hold the shutter button half-way down to focus then click to take the photo, and 9 times out of 10 you’ll get an acceptable image, assuming you remembered to take the lens cap off. But, Bu won’t…

  • An Introduction to the Exposure Triangle

    An Introduction to the Exposure Triangle

    Reading Time Approx: 5 minutes If we’re talking about the mechanics of taking a good photograph, and putting aside for now artistic merits, then the thing that everyone needs to learn about is exposure. Inside the camera there are three settings you can adjust that will control exposure and they are commonly referred to as…

  • How to Improve Your Photography – Where to Start?

    How to Improve Your Photography – Where to Start?

    Reading Time Approx: 4 minutes If you are reading this article then I’m going to make a couple of assumptions. First that you want to learn how to improve your photography skills and second that you are comparatively new to photography and are still learning the basics. If either or both of these things apply…