What’s in Hints & Tips
Great video tips from Peiter De Vries
Using the Auto setting leaves you very little control and could better be known as the Average setting.
Pans will offer up helpful choices in the edit, so don’t be tempted to stop recording as soon as you arrive at your final glorious composition. Leave a good ten seconds static […]
One of the most fundamental things to know in photography is the relationship between aperture and depth of field.
There are two main features that make up depth of field 1. the distance between your subject and your lens and 2. aperture. If you set the lens to the maximum aperture, i.e. its widest setting, you […]
For the SLR camera owner there is one simple piece of equipment that can make a huge difference to the images you take. It will give you better, brighter more saturated colours. Can let you see through glass without those annoying reflections. Brings to life shots that include water, improves […]
Water is one of the most photographed objects within our images. Whether it’s the surf breaking on a beach, streams & rivers silently flowing through the landscape or lakes reflecting a mirror image of the world around them. Water really is everywhere. Just as there are […]
‘Panning’ is a technique where the photographer shoots a moving subject whilst moving the camera in tandem with the subject’s movement during exposure. The result is a sharp subject with a blurred background – suggesting a feeling of motion and action.
It is a well-used technique among sports and wildlife photographers to […]
The camera itself still needs to be a quality unit. It should have a quality coated glass lens. The metering system should adjust the camera’s aperture and shutter speeds for accurate exposures. The flash should allow for redeye reduction and outside fill, and the body should be sturdy and well designed. A compact of this quality, […]
Work our handy hints and you’ll be snapping shots like a pro in no time.
What’s in the Background?
Often a great image is ruined by a distracting background – whether that be signage, random strangers or just something ugly in the frame. Either reposition your camera, your subject or in the case of the random […]
Without light your images would not exist…
The Right Perspective – Taking your people pictures from either too high or too low an angle can introduce an element of discomfort in your portraits. If too low, the person can appear domineering; too high and the person appears humiliated or subordinate. The latter is especially common in photographs of babies and children. Adults […]
1. Before you go, ask your nearest Camera House store to service your camera. This is the best way to make sure you get the best possible shot every time!
2. With photos for family and friends include an instant reminder of where the photo was taken. Capture a famous landmark or street or shop sign […]