Tag Archive for: Exposure
Knowing about the exposure triangle is not enough for nature photographers to master exposure in photography and realize their creative vision.
Josh Cripps explains why landscape photographers should firmly plant their ISO in photography at its lowest possible base setting except for this reason.
Sunstars can make a strong point of interest in your landscape photography. Erin Babnik shares the secrets on creating the perfect sunstar.
Can the simple change of expose to the right improve your images? Here is what pro landscape photographer Charlotte Gibb has to say about it.
Professional Photographer Jane Palmer explains when and how to use Auto ISO setting on your camera for Landscape Photography.
Pro photographer Jay Patel shows us look at how to use photography histograms to fine tune your camera exposure and post processing.
Here is an article by pro photographer Kate Silvia that gives you an insight into why and how you should be using histograms in photography.
Joshua Cripps shares some fun and creative things nature photographers can experiment with using multiple in-camera exposure.
Kate Silvia shares advice on when it is appropriate to use high ISO in Landscape and Nature Photography Images.
Just as we control focus, aperture, shutter speed, and other camera settings, sometimes we must creatively control exposure as well.
The foreground of my sunset photos turns out completely black. What am I doing wrong?
How can a photographer select a “winner” for entry in competition? There’s no sure answer, but there are a few things to consider.