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While the vivid red leaves are for sure the most favorable foliage to photograph in late Autumn, the golden silver grass...
Light painting photography has been gaining popularity for a while now and should not be unfamiliar to photo lovers. This article will share tips on how to create “Ball of Light”...
We see a blue sky but it is hard to capture it with camera sometimes. Very often you just wind up with a dull white sky. In fact, to capture a bright blue sky is not really that difficult. All it takes is choosing the right direction for lighting and some shooting techniques.
How do I take photographs to ensure the subject is well lit but the background is dark as in the picture? I use the EOS 40D with EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM lens, do I need to use additional lighting?
To get a black-and-white picture, should I use the black-and-white mode in my camera (40D), or save it as a colour picture and then use software (Canon's bundled software) to convert it? Would there be any difference between the results?
After creating a collage photo using Picasa 2, I noticed the file is in RGB mode, and when printed on the iP1600 printer through Canon Easy Photo Print, the color saturation is too high; is there a way to fix this?