7 mistakes of any photographer
If you are a photographer, you have at least seven funny stories that you would rather not remember. Well, yes, it is - as it is human nature to make…

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Exposure: Theory
A good exposure is critical for quality photography. However, the essence of the exposure is extremely simple. Exposure is just the amount of light entering the photosensor. The process of…

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The most amazing photo shoot
Photo albums in kindergartens is a difficult topic, if not sick. Each garden has its own photographer who has been working with the garden for more than a year, regularly…

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Diffraction

Diffraction is an optical phenomenon that limits the sharpness of a photograph while reducing the relative aperture of the lens. Unlike other optical aberrations, diffraction is fundamentally unremovable, universal and equally common to all photographic lenses without exception, regardless of their quality and cost.

Diffraction can only be seen at 100% magnification. Notice how the image becomes less and less sharp with increasing aperture.
With the passage of light through the aperture, the bulk of the light waves continues to move rectilinearly. However, those waves whose path lies near the very edge of the diaphragm deviate from their original direction, trying to go around the obstacle that has arisen on their way. The smaller the size of the aperture Continue reading

Good shots in low light
Taking regular photographs in natural light is not difficult to notice that truly good light (not plentiful, namely good) is a disappointingly rare phenomenon. Let's be honest: beautiful lighting lasts…

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Shine
Light is the heart of photography. The camera does not see the image. For him, there are no lines, no shapes, no textures. A film or digital sensor is susceptible…

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Diffraction
Diffraction is an optical phenomenon that limits the sharpness of a photograph while reducing the relative aperture of the lens. Unlike other optical aberrations, diffraction is fundamentally unremovable, universal and…

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Basic camera settings
I recommend to any novice photographer, whenever possible, to actively use the automation of the camera. This applies to matrix metering, autofocus, automatic white balance, and everything else that only…

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