Tag Archives: White Balance

Mixed Light Selfie On The Beach

Mixed light photography My wife Diane and I love the beach at Siesta Key, Florida. Anyone who has been to this beach raves about the white powder sand. As a photographer, I’m often left out of pictures. Which is OK. … Continue reading

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Photography – The Camera Made Simple!

This is so cool! A blog post recently came across my inbox that contains a diagram that totally explains your camera and lens operation. Check it out, I’m sure you’ll want to bookmark it for future reference. http://www.thephoblographer.com/2015/09/04/infographic-the-complete-guide-to-photography-for-beginners/#.Ve8NMbRgwi8

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Those Pesky White Balance Settings

To follow up to my last post regarding White Balance, here’s a handy discussion on the topic. Notice the description of the various white balance settings. http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/whitebalance.htm

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Understanding Your Camera’s White Balance

Have you ever wondered why your pictures have a blue or yellow cast to them? Most likely you forgot to change the white balance setting. Want to understand White Balance and it’s effect on your pictures? Read the attached article. … Continue reading

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No Shadow Product Photography

No Shadow Product Photography! I use Google Alerts to send me web notices about photography topics.  One day a listing about shooting whites without shadows caught my attention.  I clicked on the link which took me to a Youtube video … Continue reading

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Sorry you have to click the link below.  This was the best way I could figure to get the data in the post. IS THE WHITE IN YOUR CAMERA’S WHITE BALANCE REALLY WHITE

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