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Digital SLR Photography All-in-One For Dummies

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 22 - 2023ADD COMMENTS

Digital SLR Photography All-in-One For Dummies front cover

Digital SLR Photography All-in-One For Dummies front cover



If you have a digital SLR camera, you’ll find everything you need in this full-color reference to help you get the best results. Ten self-contained minibooks cover the basics of dSLR photography and address camera models from the five leading dSLR manufacturers. Topics include lenses, exposure, lighting, composition, processing and editing, a guide to manufacturers and systems, and a guide to camera settings, plus separate minibooks covering video and high dynamic range (HDR) photography. Read the rest of this entry »

What is EXIF Data in Digital Photography?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 22 - 20233 COMMENTS
EXIF Data in Digital Photography

EXIF Data in Digital Photography

When starting to get acquainted with the world of digital photography, you will sooner or later hear of this EXIF term. It may be from the camera manual, heard it in a conversation among photographers, or when reading a thread in a photography forum only.

So what exactly is EXIF metadata?
Basically, metadata is a term from the world of information technology (IT), which roughly means the data that records important information of a file. While the EXIF metadata itself is a metadata especially used in the world of digital photography. EXIF records plenty of detailed information of a digital photograph file. EXIF stands for Exchangeable Image Format. Read the rest of this entry »

Photography Ideas: Upside Down Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 21 - 20232 COMMENTS

Upside Down Photography

Upside Down Photography


Photography is essentially a visual art form. Converting visualizations of what may seem to be meaningless scenes into something interesting (making something out of nothing). Interesting photographs are sometimes a result of implementing unorthodox angles, unorthodox in the sense that these angles may not be how the human eye views the world and their surroundings. With the help of the camera and lens, a photographer can record these unusual angles so as to be presented as unique photographic artwork.
Here I will present one idea of how to get a unique photograph. Read the rest of this entry »

Photography ideas: Out-Of-Focus Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 21 - 20231 COMMENT

Out of focus photograph

Out of focus photograph



Many beginner photographers think that a good photo can only be obtained by using a sharp lens that produces sharpness right to the edge of the frame. There’s truth in that, but it’s not always so. A sharp image without a sharp message doesn’t amount to much of a photograph. What would make a better image would be one that conveys a clear message and sparks an interest.

In photography, sharpness isn’t everything. The meaning and depth of story-telling is more valuable in a photograph. The following are a few examples of how mis-focused photographs can work. The mis-focus doesn’t hinder the photo from its story; in fact, it creates a bolder statement.

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Why would shooting in JPEG be better than RAW

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 20 - 2023ADD COMMENTS
Why would shooting in JPEG be better than RAW

Why would shooting in JPEG be better than RAW

Even though I almost always shoot in RAW files, especially in client photo shoots, there are times when it’s better to record using the JPEG format. (Read RAW vs JPEG). The advantage of the JPEG format, besides its smaller file size,, are also that they are quite suitable for those new to photography. Why? Read the rest of this entry »