LOW Light Photography SETTINGS with Canon EOS M50 Camera Basics

Low light can happen anytime during the day. It doesn’t necessarily mean, it’s just at night. All photographers must deal with it here and there. And it doesn’t matter if you’re shooting with your Canon EOS M50 or DSLR or you pull up your smartphone and you shoot in manual mode. We all need to Read more…

Photography Tips: How to find photos when the location’s ‘boring’.

trying to find interesting images somewhere which is every day which is normal for you can be very very difficult its it’s very hard to see pictures somewhere that you’ve already done to death so it’ll be interesting to come out here into the forest where I live and see what I can find we’ll Read more…

How Do White Balance Canon DSLR Cameras | Photography Tips and Tricks

Hello, and this is a quick tutorial from Gmax Studios to tell you how to do a custom white balance on the Canon cameras, specifically the Canon 5D. So you press the white balance button on top of the camera, and rotate the dial at the back of the camera that will make your camera Read more…

Tips for Shooting Soccer with Peter Read Miller

– Hi, this is Peter Read Miller, Sports Illustrated photographer and Canon Explorer of Light, and today, I’m gonna talk about soccer. (upbeat music) There are a couple of things that I think are really important in general about shooting soccer. One of the first things is your backgrounds. Now if you’re shooting on a Read more…

Landscape Photography Tips | How to use Depth of Field | Tutorial with FREE eBook

Some of my students say that they struggle to understand the Depth of Field. What’s that, you ask? It’s the ‘zone of sharpest focus’. Now, with landscape photography, it’s critical that you get your shots pin-sharp, from front to back. Let’s find somewhere to shoot. Well, I made it up the stairs to the lighthouse Read more…

Photography for beginners – Beautiful background blur (Nikon 1 tips & tricks)

You can adjust camera settings to blur backgrounds. To control depth of field, choose manual or aperture priority auto-exposure mode and adjust the aperture. Choose low F numbers for shallow depth of field. High F numbers to increase the distance in front of and behind the subject that appears to be in focus.