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Flash is often used to provide supplementary light when photographing in a dim environment. In general, current DSLR cameras use “Rolling Shutter” to control the exposure time...
Well, we had this extra special exciting news about EOS 6D Mark II, and we wanted to do something extra special exciting...
Our city’s landscape is constantly changing under rapid development with heritage buildings and old communities being demolished or re-developed. Photography is a way to record this change. Despite...
Among all natural landscapes, lightning is probably the most surprising and rewarding type of photography because it’s unpredictable. We never know where it appears and have no control on its brightness and intensity.
Crepuscular rays, also called “Jesus rays”, are columns of sunlight that appear to radiate from the sky. This is formed when sun rays, which stream through edges or gaps in clouds, light up the haze or dust particles in the atmosphere......
For an A2 size poster, how many Megapixel should I need for taking the photo for prinitng of such size?
Can I photograph indoors without flash? If I can do so, what would be the best condition?
To achieve fisheye effect with a Canon XL2, should an EF 15mm fisheye be used? Would other wide angle lens provide better result?