I love automation in cameras. I love all of it: the autofocus that almost always nails it (except when it doesn’t); the auto-ISO that never
In the thrilling days of yesteryear, everything was manual, from cameras to cars. We learned manually and did fine. It was what we knew. It
Was it me, or is my camera a dud? Today, I will answer the age-old question of why pictures sometimes come out far too dark.
Underexposure is a big problem, especially for new photographers. This guide by Robin Nichols discusses the top three reasons why we tend to underexpose our
A message from the author – “I remember years ago when I joined the ‘more serious’ photography forums. The first thing that astonished me was
Back button focus is a mystery to some photographers and an essential technique for others. Back button focus is an alternate way of setting up
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you are likely to have heard the term ‘mirrorless’ bandied around. For years,
I began this short article as I usually do: scanning the internet doing my due diligence. The plain fact is, I hardly ever use any