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Chicago Botanic Garden – 2011

Hello there!. It’s been a while since I’ve added any posts or pictures to this blog. Not that I quit photography, but simply speaking I was busy. I know that’s not an excuse, but I am sure you would agree … Continue reading

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Photography: How to meter manually? – Part 2

In part -1 of this article, we discussed about metering modes and the advantages of manual metering. In this article, I will talk about the techniques that you can use to manually meter scenes. Any discussion around manual metering won’t … Continue reading

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Photography: How to meter manually? – Part 1

When reading photography books or articles, you would definitely come across expressions like ‘I aimed my camera at the sky and then metered or I would meter the face etc.’ I don’t know about you, but I used to get … Continue reading

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A Case for Manual Metering

Many photographers complain about under exposed or dark pictures that they get from their D-SLRs. In most cases, the camera is not at fault. It’s just that the pictures are not metered right. All SLR cameras come with at least … Continue reading

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Transfer/backup your on-camera pictures as often as you can.

For a change, this is not one of my mistakes, but by a friend of mine. SD and SDHC cards are so cheap these days that, we often find a 4GB or 8GB card in everyone’s camera. I use a … Continue reading

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Manual focus and Live view.

For maximum sharpness, clarity and focus, set your camera on a tripod and use the manual focus with the live view feature on your camera. You can zoom the picture to 100% in live view and adjust your focus to … Continue reading

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Exposure Delay Mode

When the Exposure Delay Mode is set to ON, D90 introduces a delay of about 2 seconds between the mirror flip and the shutter release. The purpose of this function is to eliminate the vibration caused by the mirror flipping. … Continue reading

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