Canon focus for Dummies:
The pixel size of a digital image is specified in one of two ways—by its dimensions in pixels or by the total number of pixels it contains. For example, the same image can be said to have 4368 × 2912 pixels (where “×” is pronounced “by” as in “4368 by 2912), or to contain 12.7 million pixels (4368 multiplied by 2912). Since the term “megapixel” is used to indicate 1 million pixels, an image with 12 million pixels can also be referred to as a 12 megapixel image.
No matter how many pixels an image has, when you enlarge it enough, it begins to loose sharpness and eventually the pixels begin to show—an effect called pixelization. The more pixels an image has, the larger it can be displayed or printed before pixelization occurs.
Text: A Short Course in Photography DIGITAL London -Stone 4th Addition
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•Lighting: ProphotolifeYou Tube videos
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The Art of Photography
Help with Basics
*Exposure: SS F-stop, ISO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8T94sdiNjc
Need help with Depth of Field? http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/fototech/htmls/depth.html
What is a good exposure?
Help with exposure go to: www.cambridgeincolour.com
What does a shutter do?
What does the aperture do?
Need Help with White Balance?
Night Photography http://vimeo.com/20047720
Adobe Camera Raw tutorials:
1-All Adobe Turorials:
2- Camera RAW:
4- How to make non destructive edits in CR – Edit details with precision( 6 mins)
The above video goes further into CR Tools than 1st video
Downloadload images into a folder on your desktop OR Create a new folder in "save options" in the PhotoDownloader dialogue box.
Auto Focus Mode offers 2 focus optionsfor placing focused subject off center:
1- Move the AF point as seen through the viewfinder to align with what you want in focus
2- Keep the AF point in the center & compose with the subject in the center, lock the AF-point re-compose to place subject off center
Ted Forbs writes about all aspects of photography. In this video he talks about balance & symmetry in photographic composition. Go to Theartofphotographyutube and search all Videos or search specifically for tedforbs composition rule of Odds utube video.
Photo: Keith Carter