Never used a camera before? Want to learn how? If you just bought a DSLR or any camera and want to learn how to use it, this is the video for you! This tutorial is for people who have never used a camera before and are getting into Photography and/or Filmmaking for the first time. I walk beginners through how to get a great shot and what exactly all those numbers mean on the camera. I review, in detail, what Shutter Speed, Aperture (F-Stop), ISO, and Depth of Field are. This video is in
Beginner guide to aperture and Depth of Field. If you want to get a blurry background, or take a landscape that is sharp from to back, then watch this video. This video tries to explain the basic principle of aperture. What it is. What it does How its used The effect it has. Different lenses have different apertures, so please bear that in mind, you lens may not go to f/1.4 or f/22. Also, I havent talked about diffraction in this video. This is when a lens starts to loose sharpness due to a
When shooting long exposures in the daytime you need a filter, right? Mwahahahahah!!!…………….Nope. Any questions? Check out my FAQ’s: https:// Subscribe to my newsletter to receive the very best in Nature Photography and Photo Education: Filmed on location at Tasman Lake in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand. — Joshua Cripps is a full-time landscape photograph
Today we learn how to take amazing daytime long exposure photographs with a 10 stop neutral density (ND) filter. This is an awesome technique for photographing rivers, oceans, cars, clouds, and any landscape. Also the easiest way to make your friends think you’re a professional photographer. BUY PRINTS OF MY BEST PHOTOS: 10 Stop Neutral Density Filter: Joby GorillaPod: Camera Remote: Subscribe for mo
The Enterprise – the first US shuttle ever built – swept across the Manhattan skyline for a historic final flyover. It left the Washington DC atop a Boeing 747 jet and was filmed flying past landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty.