Beginner’s Guide to Architectural Photography

How to Choose The Best Tripod for DSLR

Download Photography Software: HotPixel Adobe Photoshop Plug-in

Understanding Shooting Modes of DSLRs

Photography Business Secretes you Should Know

The Advantages and Disadvantage of Extension Tube for Macro Photography

What You Need to Know About Fisheye Lens

What We Need to Know About Exposure Compensation in Photography

Tips: Preserving Battery Life of your Digital Camera

The Digital Photography Book  by Scott Kelby

Understanding Shooting Modes of DSLRs

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 20 - 2020
Understanding Shooting Modes of DSLRs - Nikon Modes

Understanding Shooting Modes of DSLRs - Nikon Modes

There are 11 modes of shooting on a Nikon Entry Level camera (D70s, D80, D90..etc). They are:

M = Fully Manual Mode
In this mode, the settings of the camera are fully manual (shutter speeds, aperture, ISO, etc). Most suitable for indoor studio photography, this setting can also be used outdoors. However, due to frequently changing lighting conditions, this mode may cause missed exposures if not properly used.

A = Aperture Priority
In this mode, aperture can be set accordingly and the shutter speed will automatically sync for the proper exposure. This mode is most suitable for photographing with narrow DOF (Depth of Field), where the lens is set at its widest aperture.

S = Shutter Priority
In this mode, the shutter speed can be adjusted according, and in turn the aperture will sync for the proper exposure. This mode is most suitable for photography methods such as panning. For further details about panning, consult THIS article. Read the rest of this entry »

.

Related Photography Ideas for DSLR shooting modes at OneSlidePhotography.com

Tips For Choosing the right DSLR Camera Bag

A Camera bag is one of the necessities when owning a DSLR camera. And of course the camera bag design significantly differs from ordinary bags. First, a camera bag is usually equipped with several compartments lined with thick foam (the type varies) to protect the contents from tremor and shocks. Models and brands also vary, […]


Beginner’s Guide to Photography: Still Life Photography tips

Still Life images can be just about anything that doesn’t move. Still life photographs consist of inanimate objects, often arranged in some striking or artistic way. These include flowers, food, etc. They are life forms but they don’t move. Still life photographs consist of inanimate objects, often arranged in some striking or artistic way.


Photoshop has gone too far!

Nowadays, digital imaging becomes more common since the heaps of photo processing software thrived, which adequate to support the photographers manipulating their capture easily. However, these sophisticated things have been debating through photographers due to the process result was considerably different from the original, which us known that this could lead fall under public deception.


DOF Preview Button: What it is and How to Use it

When mounting a lens to a DSLR camera body, then peer into the viewfinder, what you’ll see is the image in the lens’ widest aperture settings. Now what if you want to see the image when using the smallest aperture opening straight from the viewfinder in order to get an accurate image of how the […]


Causes of Lack of Sharpness in a Photograph

For those of you who are still learning photography, have you ever been puzzled as to why your photos didn’t turn out sharp even though you’ve bought a high-tech camera with an expensive lens and settings that you feel was right for the shot? Or why when you’ve used a tripod, the photo still looks […]


Fixed Lens vs Zoom Lens, Which One is Better?

A question most lens buyers face – Should I buy a zoom lens or one or more fixed focal length (prime) lenses?. Experienced photographers who have been around for a while, often prefer prime (fixed focal length) camera lenses over zoom models. Photography magazines always suggest the sharpness of fixed focal length lenses far outway […]


Rule of Third

The “Rule of Thirds” one of the first things that budding digital photographers learn about in classes on photography and rightly so as it is the basis for well balanced and interesting shots. The rule of thirds is a compositional rule of thumb in visual arts such as painting, photography and design. The rule states […]