Camera phones are used by millions of people across the world and have introduced countless people to the hobby of photography. So, if you do opt to stick with your smartphone, I want to help you take advantage of its full capabilities.
Next, I turn to DSLR cameras, offering specific advice on using a DSLR and understanding all of its settings and capabilities. This guide (most of which also applies to mirrorless/MILC camera models) defines common terminology, explains the major factors that go into creating your image (aperture, shutter speed, ISO), describes the modes available on most cameras, and goes through different types of lenses.
At the end of this guide, I cover the artistic and creative side of photography, such as photo composition and tips for specialties such as landscape photography. And finally, I’ll briefly talk about post-processing. These final sections are useful no matter what kind of camera you have
Apple has fired a number of employees at a store in Brisbane, Australia, amid allegations they shared photos of female customers and colleagues and ranked their bodies out of 10.Brisbane’s Courier-Mail, said dozens of photos were taken without knowledge or consent and that other images were stolen from customer phones.Apple confirmed an inquiry and said “several” jobs had been terminated.But it said its inquiry had so far not shown that any photos had been stolen.No-one had been photographed without consent, the inquiry had indicated.Intimate imagesThe photos – including more than 100 close-up and intimate images according to the Courier-Mail – were said to have been shared and the women’s bodies then rated.The newspaper said the possible privacy breach came to light after a fellow employee noticed a store technician looking through a customer’s phone in the repair room.One staff member told the newspaper they were concerned the same thing was happening in other Australian Apple stores, including in Sydney.Apple said the allegations, if true, would constitute a violation of the company’s business conduct policy.
The mute swan (Cygnus olor) is a species of swan, and thus a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae. It is native to much of Europe and Asia, and (as a rare winter visitor) the far north of Africa. It is also an introduced species in North America, Australasia and southern Africa. The name ‘mute’ derives from it being less vocal than other swan species
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