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M is for Manual Control

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Don’t get nervous. Manual mode is NOT a mythical mode only for the professional photographer. Manual mode lets you have more control over exposure using your ability to change aperture, shutter speed, and ISO to create a good photograph. The link I will give you at the end of today’s article will describe in detail … Continue reading "M is for Manual Control"
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P for Program Assist

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The past couple of weeks I’ve showed you how to control depth of field with Aperture Priority mode and to slow or freeze motion in Shutter Priority mode. What if I was to tell you about a mode which automatically selects a good exposure (aperture (f-stop) and shutter speed) to start with and allows you … Continue reading "P for Program Assist"
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Whirlwind Weekend Getaway: Part 2

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By Michelle Scribner-MacLean Beautiful weather was a welcome theme for this entire weekend, after traveling from New Hampshire, where it is still struggling to get out of the 50s. This May weekend was in Orlando absolutely beautiful with temperatures in the mid-80s and abundant sunshine for nearly the entire time I was there. This provided … Continue reading "Whirlwind Weekend Getaway: Part 2"
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S is for Speed Control

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On to top of your digital SLR or advanced Point & Shoot cameras is a Mode Dial. On this dial you will find the main shooting modes to let you take more creative control of your photography. Below is a list with a short decription for each one. For more detailed information, consult your camera’s … Continue reading "S is for Speed Control"
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My Bonus Trip to Walt Disney World – Part 3

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Lee decided he was going to stick around the room for a while this morning and do work stuff – he had a bunch of email that had come in over the last couple of days that he was working through. And since he *is* working this week, unlike some of us… I showed him … Continue reading "My Bonus Trip to Walt Disney World – Part 3"
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Metering Modes

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You hear about all kinds of “modes” when you talk about digital photography. There’s shooting modes, scene modes and metering modes. The later refers to how your camera meters or “sees” what’s in front of it’s lens. You see, inside each of our cameras is a light meter. Because it is viewing light reflected from … Continue reading "Metering Modes"
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Photographic Innoventions: Bounce Flash

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Many photographers don’t like to use flash. After learning all the ways of exposure, ISO settings and the use of the exposure compensation button, flash poses another learning curve. I’m here to tell you, learning to use flash is not hard and can give you another tool for getting professional-looking photos at home and in … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Bounce Flash"
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Focus on Disney World – April Calendar

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If you read my December 25, 2007 blog, you know that my holiday gift to you is that each month I will post a photo calendar page that you can print out and use at home or work during 2008. Wow – it’s already time for the April calendar. Here it is, ready for downloading. … Continue reading "Focus on Disney World – April Calendar"
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Dreams Do Come True – A Night in the Castle Part 8

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All Ears reader Kim Howe had the “dream of a lifetime” in December, when the Walt Disney World Dream Team awarded her a night’s stay in Cinderella’s Castle. Part 1 – Steppin Off Soarin’ Part 2 – Who Will Join Me? Part 3 – Logistics, Epcot, Dream Squads, and MouseFest, oh my!Part 3 – Logistics, … Continue reading "Dreams Do Come True – A Night in the Castle Part 8"
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