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Avoid Using Digital Zoom on your Pocket Point-and-Shoot Camera!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 17 - 2017ADD COMMENTS

optical zoom vs digital zoom

optical zoom vs digital zoom



There is one feature in the average pocket camera that you should avoid the usage of: the digital zoom. Why? Here is the explanation:

Usually, a pocket point-and-shoot camera is equipped with lenses that have two zoom capabilities: optical and digital zoom. When you use the optical zoom, the optic glass component inside the lens will zoom in on the subject (like when you use a telescope), and the sensor will then capture the zoomed result to record. Read the rest of this entry »

Bokeh Photography Techniques

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 16 - 20172 COMMENTS
Bokeh Photography Techniques - Beautiful Bokeh

Bokeh Photography Techniques - Beautiful Bokeh

Bokeh describes the rendition of out-of-focus points of light. Bokeh comes from the Japanese word ‘boke’, which means fuzzy. In photography, bokeh defines the quality of the blurred lights presented in a photo. We’re not referring to a badly taken photo that’s all out of focus, but rather the aesthetically pleasing background blur. Usually, this type of blur highlights the focused subject even more. Bokeh is different from sharpness. Sharpness is what happens at the point of best focus. Bokeh is what happens away from the point of best focus. Bokeh describes the appearance, or “feel,” of out-of-focus areas. Bokeh is not how far something is out-of-focus, bokeh is the character of whatever blur is there.
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How to Choosing, Using, and Caring DSLR Filters

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 16 - 20171 COMMENT
How to Choosing, Using, and Caring DSLR Filters - Lens Filters Group

How to Choosing, Using, and Caring DSLR Filters - Lens Filters Group

Using lens filters when you take a picture is much more satisfying than spending hours sitting in front of your computer trying to get the effect you want. You can of course still use your software to make image adjustments. So you’re using a filter on your lens, maybe to protect it from dust or finger smears or maybe for an effect that you want, what can you do to ensure that it does not degrade the quality of your expensive lens? Here are some pointers: Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t Delete Your Digital Photography Mistakes Too Fast!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 15 - 2017ADD COMMENTS
Don’t Delete Your Digital Photography Mistakes Too Fast! - Erase Button

Don’t Delete Your Digital Photography Mistakes Too Fast! - Erase Button

Do you delete images in camera? Have you ever discovered a ‘mistake’ shot that turned out to be one of your favorites?
Everybody, it seems, uses the delete button on their cameras. Hey, there must be a reason it’s there, right? Heck, I know I’m guilty of abusing this button too.

It’s about time though that we make this delete button obsolete. Why? Let me count the ways… Read the rest of this entry »

Photoshop Tips: Selective Color Photography Part 2

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 15 - 2017ADD COMMENTS

Selective color photography tutorial

Selective color photography tutorial



In this second part, we’ll learn how to create the selective color photography effect in easier steps. This 2nd way is accomplished by merely sliding parameters and saturation settings. Here’s how: Read the rest of this entry »