Why should know how to use manual focus (M or MF)? ‘s already in advanced autofocus camera with the latest technology? Well, we never know when it will need manual focus, sometimes while being screwed autofocus can be “hunting” the focal point here and there. Manual focus can be a helper.
Digress a little, you know that some expensive lenses such as Leica or Carl Zeiss autofocus just does not have this feature?
When to Use Manual Focus?
Macro photographers tend to use manual focus because it is difficult to lock the focus when the subject of the photo is only 20cm in front of the lens. Similarly, when we are shooting in tricky conditions, such as when photographing subjects that are behind glass, or when we are photographing moving subjects very quickly and we can only predict the focal point of going where directed this subject would be.
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Easy and quick way to add to the sharpness of images is one of them by setting the sharpening settings on your camera. There are several things to consider before sharpening in-camera settings, such as:
Different types of photos require different sharpening strength, if you apply sharpening the possibility that too many will actually worsen the quality of the picture
If you shoot in RAW format, then the sharpening settings will not apply. Sharpening the camera will only apply when you are shooting in JPEG. Why? the answer is look at JPEG vs. RAW this article.
With the above two considerations already know, here’s how sharpening settings in the camera. For this time we take the example of Nikon DSLR cameras. The process for setting sharpening for Canon cameras pretty similar, you can use menu Picture Style in Canon DSLR.
Step 1. Go to the Picture Control
Go to the menu, then go to the Shooting menu. From there pili Set Picture Control. There will be six preset Picture Control. Choose one of the presets that you frequently use, then push the right button so it goes to the option Quick Adjust.
Step 2. Modification Continue reading “How To Adjust Sharpening In Camera?”
Choosing a digital SLR camera (DSLR) is appropriate is a matter for its own quaint with a flood of brands and types of cameras on the market. Currently (Nov 2009) there are at least 10 camera manufacturers (Canon, Fujifilm, Leica, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung, Sigma and Sony) and a total of about 40 types of DSLR.
We will try to parse some non-technical factors that should be taken into consideration before making your choices SLR cameras to be purchased:
If my dad gave legacy lenses
Yes, if your father gives legacy lenses from the film era, this could change the decision. Some digital SLR cameras compatible with the current fixed lens autofocus camera era film. Digital DSLR brands Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Minolta (now Sony) will be compatible with lenses that cater for their autofocus SLR camera in the film era. Bring that old lens to a camera shop to ensure compatibility with the camera to be purchased.
The camera is often used friends – friends?
The camera is often used friends – friends can influence our decisions. If your friends often use the Canon, for example, buy a Canon. If they use Nikon, buy Nikon. This will help us in the case of “borrowing free lens.” A basic tricks to try, but it’s better if the term was changed to “exchanging lenses.” So we do not just knee capital. Continue reading “5 Considerations Before Buying a DSLR Camera”
Long before you learn photography, the most important thing is that you have to have a camera – any kind. For those of you who are looking for – looking for information before deciding to purchase a digital camera, this article will explain the types of cameras available on the market and what are the differences.
Camera Pocket (Pocket)
Pocket camera is a type of camera the majority (almost 90%) which is in the hands of consumers. As the name implies, this camera is small and really get into your shirt pocket.
Pocket cameras can usually produce a good, sometimes outstanding. Pocket camera is also capable of recording video, it features a very useful and preferred by consumers. However, please note the words in bold above. Usually good and sometimes outstanding photography is the reason why a true fan (and a pro photographer) looking pocket camera eye – merely as a stepping stone or as a back up.
There are several factors that make pocket cameras are limited:
Shutter lag, defined as the time lag between when you pressed the shutter button and the camera started recording. Is the biggest reason why compact cameras are very limited. The time lag is probably only half a second, but the second half is going to happen-important cool-funny-spectacular that it did not record a photo. Continue reading “Know Your Digital Camera Type: Pocket superzoom and SLR”
Try to observe the latest photos of your DSLR camera produced? Is the photo looks no dark spots consistent from one photo to another? Is it always the same spot where? If the answer to both of these questions is YES, meaning your camera sensor dust infestation. In this article we will learn to detect the presence of dust on your DSLR camera sensor.
How to Sign Up Sensor Dust?
Dust on the sensor is a common thing when you’ve long had a camera. How dust can get stuck in the camera sensor? There are several ways to enter into the sensor dust:
The mechanism that rotates the lens while zooming and focusing. When spinning dust in the lens can be sucked fall to the camera sensor.
Since the round on two points above the mean friction elements, may appear flakes and splinters fell into the sensor.
If we have more than one lens, dust likely to fall during the process of changing lenses.
Dust or dust is actually not only contaminate the sensor DSLR cameras, there are some other elements that may actually be contaminated, but the worst is censorship because if the sensor is dirty, dirt will always appear and visually look at each photo, especially when you use the aperture small aperture, F/10 down. Dust on the lens is relatively easy to clean while the dust on the lens need further treatment when dust cleaning feature in the menu on the camera did not succeed in removing it. Continue reading “Dust In DSLR Camera Sensor And How to detect”
If you have a Canon camera pont & shoot pocket alias alias such PowerSoot or Ixus pocket, know that the hack called CHDK (Canon Hack Development Kit) is you can turn the camera the ability to be great? If it was your Canon camera does not have RAW, now can. Not only that, CHDK can make Canon pocket camera has features such as motion-detection, time-lapse,, shutter speed from the 2048s until 1/60000s, bracketing, a live histogram you can even play some kind of games in the camera.
What is CHDK?
Canon Hack Development Kit aka CHDK is a firmware congenital extra sauce for your Canon camera. Why do I call the sauce, because it’s adding and enriching nature and does not replace the default firmware the camera, it’s also a non-permanent and non-destructive. This means that if you want to activate the CHDK does, can be done easily. Similarly, if you want to disable or remove it, also easily done. Installing CHDK can be done by copying some files to the memory card with the camera and delete the file automatically disappear CHDK. Continue reading “CHDK: Canon Become Magic Pocket Camera Super Camera”
When removing the lens of the camera and camera bag, what do we do first? We always open the body (body cap) in front of the camera and open the back cover of the lens (lens rear cap) from the back end of the lens. At that time we unknowingly hold two things are the main source of dust that can enter directly into the camera sensor. How do we keep both cap was often the difference between a sensor that is always clean and a dirty sensor.
Imagine if we keep body cap pocket pants, a place where a lot of dust that can be attached to the cap. Then when we would put her back was to the camera body cap, then a lot of dirt will fall to the sensor, horror is not it? Similarly, lens cap, if exposed to a lot of dirt inside the rear lens will also be contaminated which could ultimately fall to fall sensor. Continue reading “Quick Tips: How to Safely Store Lens and Body Covers”
Bracketing Auto Exposure Bracketing or official is shooting techniques to anticipate quite tricky lighting situations. Technically, the camera will take an appropriate exposure according to him and pick up some extra exposure over-exposed (brighter) and under-exposed (darker). By taking multiple exposures at the same time, then chances are we have the right picture of her greater exposure.
If we’re shooting important events (eg wedding) in tricky lighting conditions, using bracketing to reduce our risk of losing important photos with the right exposure. So also when it comes to shooting HDR, use bracketing to produce images with the same object but have different exposures, so that later can be combined to produce a HDR photo.
With DSLR cameras, we can determine how much exposure variation: ranging from a 1/3 stop to per-second stop, and how many total images in all bracketing (of 3 photos up to 6 photos), depending on each camera. How does the setting? labors is every camera manufacturer has its own way, so here we will take the two major brands; canon and nikon, other brand owners to please check their manual. Continue reading “What is Bracketing and How Setting In DSLR Camera”
Canon officially released DSLR EOS 650D (or Rebel T4i in America), has the main features 18MP resolution LCD touch screen with gesture capabilities of smartphones like Android and iPhone, as well as wi-fi equipped for connectivity with digital gadgets and computers. EOS 650D also features hybrid AF sensor to improve focus when using video and live-view mode. Canon sets the range U.S. retail price of $ 849 (body only). What are the other features that you should know about this camera? Do not forget to watch the preview video as well at the end the article.
Longest Shutter speed: 30 sec
The fastest shutter speed: 1/4000 sec
Photo format: JPEG, RAW 14 bit RAW
Exposure modes: Program AE, Shutter and Aperture priority, Manual, Scene Intelligent, No Flash, Creative Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Night Portrait, Handheld Night Scene, HDR Backlight Control.
Built-in Flash Coverage: 13 meters
Drive modes: Single, Continuous, Self Timer Continue reading “Canon EOS 650D DSLR: Features – Price – Video Preview”
DSLR stands for Digital Single lens Reflex. In simple language, a DSLR is a camera that uses mirrors to direct light from the lens to the viewfinder. Viewfinder is a little hole where we peek behind the camera object image. How come no single word in DSLR stands, indeed there is a double? No, his name is an alias TLR camera twin lens reflex, TLR is a technology that is almost extinct.
What are the innards of a DSLR camera?
To be clear, the following diagram DSLR camera:
Mirror reflection (reflex mirror)
Continue reading “How it Works DSLR Camera”