I cannot believe that it’s been another week since the last episode of Photoshop Lightroom TV. It’s time for another one! If you have been following Photoshop Lightroom TV, then you know that I’m always trying to bring something new, new tips, tricks, and tutorials. This time, I’m bringing you a photography tutorial on using
Let’s talk a bit more about photography and lenses in particular. In the last few posts we talked about photography, cameras and lenses. Today, I want to expand on that. A bit more on lenses, apertures to be exact. When purchasing a lens one of the decisions to make is to decide whether you’re happy
If you are a photographer (everyone who takes photos is a photographer), you may start pondering on this question. And I don’t mean to ask “What was first?” kind of question, but “What is more important? Which piece of your equipment?” You may immediately answer that the camera of course, but what about the lenses?
I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post. Today, we’ll talk more about depth of field. Let’s take it from the moment where I started talking about manipulating depth of field. There are three factors that define (or manipulate) depth of field: aperture setting focal length of the lens distance from the subject Focal length is something
Let’s start a new week with a photography post. This blog is not just about Photoshop and Lightroom, but photography as well. I’ve been into photography for many years, my passion for photography started when I was in high school and it’s been a real passion for me since then. So, what is depth of