Monthly Archives: March 2013

One is enough!

We often take two photos of the same landscape, subject or object. Of course, we have already told you that you should not keep both images. You must choose one of the two. But which one? What criteria do you … Continue reading

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Ok, let’s reflect

Novice digital (which means that our economic investment is the same whether we take one or one hundred photos) photographers  go through various phases based on subject matter, such as café tables, coffee cups, walls, self-portraits, etc. One very interesting … Continue reading

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The magic triangle: a summary of exposure

Let’s review three important technical aspects about exposure that I have already mentioned: 1) Diaphragm > it affects the depth of field and, therefore, the focal areas. 2) Time > leave in or remove movement of the subject in our … Continue reading

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Elegance in writing

Just as the main purpose of an overcoat is to protect us from the cold, so the main purpose of language is to communicate. When we choose an overcoat, do we not take a good look at the quality, cut, … Continue reading

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