Category: Tutorial

Super Zoom Lens vs Fast Lens – Which One Should You Choose?

I have received tons of questions recently and they revolve around the same issue: Should I choose a super zoom lens because of its convenience or a fast lens because of its sharpness and low light capability? Before I start, I’ll give you a brief explanation in case you’re not familiar with super zoom and…

How to Find The Best Camera

I’ve seen a lot of people asking this same question over and over again in multiple forums and discussion board: What camera should I buy? It gets so ridiculous that even the forum moderators start giving out warnings and bans to the people who asked that same question. However, I really can’t blame those people….

The 7 Secrets of Food Photography

With the rise of digital camera and travel, food photography is getting very popular. If you go to a famous tourist restaurant in your town, you’d often see people from all over the world trying to take picture of their meals before they eat. It’s becoming a very common practice to share a personal picture…

8 Essential Requirements for Wildlife Photography

If the idea of going to the jungle and taking pictures of lion or cheetah that’s going for the kill excites you, then you should try getting into wildlife photography! Wildlife photography is meant to present our nature in its true form: gentle and calm but sometimes raw and unforgiving. And it can be tough…

How to Choose The Perfect Wedding Photographer

Ah, the wedding day… This is the most special day in a couple’s life. And so, many preparations and efforts are put into making this day the perfect one. One of the crucial task that you must do for a wedding is choosing the perfect photographer for you. With so many people offering their wedding…

My Top 10 Tips for Photography Beginners

Digital cameras have definitely make it easy for many people to take pictures. They can simply click away without thinking about developing films in digital darkroom and paying expensively for each print. However with this convenience will come one major disadvantage. And here it is: the number of “bad” pictures that you see both offline…

Understanding Telephoto Zoom Lens

If you’ve seen someone carrying a big and long lens, you’re most likely looking at someone with a telephoto lens. Most people are used to seeing camera with standard lenses and that’s why they usually surprised when they see a big and long lens that’s sometimes bigger than the camera. In terms of appearance, you…

How to Safely Store and Backup Your Photos (Offline & Online)

Digital camera is a fantastic tool that allows you to take more pictures than film cameras. With the advancement of large space memory cards, you can easily store hundreds, even thousands of photos into a single memory card. However, there is still one problem: with so many digital pictures to manage, how do you save,…

How to Choose The Right Wide Angle Lens

Wide angle lens can capture a more larger field of view compared to a normal lens. You’ll be able to put more of what you see onto the frame. It also allows you to get close to your subject and capture the breadth of the scenery. However, choosing a wide angle lens can be tricky….

Understanding 8 Types of Camera Lens Filters

Lens filters or simply known as filters are an accessory that is commonly used in both photography and videography. In this article, I’ll be explaining what they are, what they do and when to use them. By the end of this article, you’ll have a good grasp of lens filter and be able to choose…

8 Tips to Make Your Digital Camera Battery Last Longer

Digital cameras are now equipped with many bells and whistles that makes shooting very convenient. While this is true, everything still runs on battery and you’ll faced with the problem of keeping your battery last longer. Sure you can buy another set of battery to remedy this problem, but one might not be enough. I,…