What You See Is What You Get WYSIWYG & Different Viewfinders In Photography

What You See Is What You Get WYSIWYG & Different Viewfinders In Photography

What does WYSUWYG mean?

It simply means What You See Is What You Get!

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What Is The Difference Between Minimum And Maximum Aperture In Photography

What Is The Difference Between Minimum And Maximum Aperture In Photography

Know your lens Minimum and Maximum aperture.

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Smartphones As Cameras For The Serious Photographer

Smartphones As Cameras For The Serious Photographer

Many photographers make the mistake of thinking that a DSLR or mirrorless camera is the only option for professional, amateur and art photography shooting.

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The Advantages Of Mirrorless Cameras In Photography

The Advantages Of Mirrorless Cameras In Photography

As the name suggests, there is no mirror or prism in the camera. Unlike a DSLR, there is no reflex mechanism at all. Saving a great deal of space inside the camera housing and making mirrorless cameras smaller and more compact.

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How To Get Rid Of GAS

How To Get Rid Of GAS "Gear Acquisition Syndrome" In Photography

This is a common “syndrome” among many photographers, musicians & artists. GAS is an impulsive urge to purchase more gear. Gear that fills (only in your head) a major hole in your setup. In photography, it can be a camera, lens, lighting, backdrops, cables, computer software, and MUCH MORE!

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The Advantages Of A DSLR Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera

The Advantages Of A DSLR Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera

A Digital Single-Lens Reflex (Or DSLR) has a mirror that reflects the scene through a prism, and then through to the viewfinder. This gives the photographer an actual live view of what’s going on.

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The DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera Debate - Which Is Better For You?

The DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera Debate - Which Is Better For You?

The style of camera you shoot with is completely up to you. To be honest, it doesn’t mean nearly as much as being confident, enjoying yourself, and having fun while you're out there shooting photos. 

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