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Chasing the Aurora Borealis in Iceland
A natural spectacle only happens in wintertime, aurora borealis can be spotted between September and March every year, sometimes till April if you are lucky. Picking a right location is the first thing to do to see the aurora borealis. Regions within the Arctic Circle have a better chance to see, such as the northern part of Sweden, Norway and Finland.
To many photography beginners, Manual mode (M Mode) seems to be a more advanced shooting mode than Shutter-Priority (Tv ...
Kit lens refers to the lens that comes along when purchasing a DSLR camera body. Most DSLR users own (or have owned) a k...
Photography beginners are always advised to shoot with front lighting (with light illuminating the subject from behind t...
“Light” is an indispensable element in photography. To achieve an accurate exposure, we adjust the camera’s settings such as aperture and shutter speed so that the right amount of light enters into the camera. “Metering Mode” refers to...
When should I need to adjust the ISO to any particular setting.
I use a EOS 5D with a 580EX Speedlight. When I use Av mode and ETTL-II, the shutter speed does not want to get to 1/60s or 1/125s when the existing light is ample. So I normally use P mode or M mode. How should I set up the Speedlight so as to work it with Av mode?
What's the advantage of a 3ccd camera over a normal single ccd camera?