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Ever wish you could take better photos, even if just with your phone? The truth is that good photography is more about the photographer than the camera, and ANYONE can take better photos! Don't miss these 5 simple tips for taking better photos with any camera!
Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?
ISO is all about measuring light. The brighter it is where you're taking your photos, the lower your ISO number needs to be. Therefore if it's dark and/ or there's not a lot of light, then your ISO needs to be higher. ISO numbers range from 100 to about 3200. That being said, most of…
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Letter to Beginner Photography Self | Click it Up a Notch®
Dear Courtney, You recently got your first DSLR and convinced Megan to come over and start teaching you manual mode. Yes, it is super confusing but you will get there. Manual mode seems like a daunting and confusing new language that you do not understand. Take your time. You will get there. You will be […]
Basics of Photography: The Complete Guide
We spent the last week learning all about the basics of photography, from the way your camera works to composing your photos to editing them in post. Here's the complete guide, along with a PDF of all the lessons and some additional resources fo learning more.
Shooting Modes: part 1 - Program mode
There are two basic types of shooting modes for your camera, often referred to as the basic and creative modes. The basic modes include Auto and the pre-programmed modes, such as portrait, landscape, macro, and night. The creative modes are so called because they give you, the photographer, more creative control over the final image. This month's Boost Your Photography: 52 Weeks Challenge is focusing the different creative shooting modes available on your camera: program mode, shutter…