Hello Everyone! I write about digital photography but this post is more about continue my writing about digital photography rather than photography itself. It's been a while since I wrote my last blog on photography. I received few emails, Facebook posts and comments about my inactivity and when will I be publishing my next blog. But I didn't have any clear answer when I will … [Read more...] about I write about Digital Photography
I always wanted to capture beautiful cityscapes, specially night cityscapes, because of the spectacular view of buildings with different lights and colors. This summer, when I was visiting Cape code, MA, I happened to stay a night in Boston downtown city and got a chance to capture Boston downtown cityscape. I am writing this blog post to share my experience and ideas on how I … [Read more...] about Setup I used for Night Cityscape Shots
A few years ago, when I first made the move from my little Kodak to the Nikon D40, it was a little intimidating. I had no formal background in photography whatsoever and absolutely no clue about ISO, Aperture, Rule of Thirds or any of that technical mumbo jumbo. Fortunately, I had a couple of things going for me that would be a big help in that area. First, I had a background … [Read more...] about Turn that dial and experience your camera
In real world, there is nothing called real white or real dark. It is only representation of degree of light source intensity and subject's reflectivity. If somebody says something is white, that means light intensity on that subject is maximum and that of black is minimum. But there is no real measurement which is absolute white and which is absolute dark and same thing … [Read more...] about Understanding Dynamic range of colors
We know that there are two types of exposure meters for measuring light that the camera uses. One is reflected and the other is incident. What does this mean and how do you use both? The type that is in most cameras is a reflected kind. Incident is the meter that has a dome on it and this dome is pointed to where the camera is. The reflected meter is pointed at the subject to … [Read more...] about What is meant by 18% gray and how is that number arrived and why?