Monthly Archives: October 2013

Are you travelling? Find a story!

Sometimes when we are travelling, we get the feeling that our photos are disorganised or have no common thread except for their timeline. To discover interesting subjects, facilitate your photography and take full advantage of your trip, find some stories … Continue reading

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Hot or cold?

Photos taken in the artificial light of regular bulbs often come out yellow. This is because light does not always have the same “temperature” (or colour). The white of artificial light varies a lot from the yellow of regular bulbs … Continue reading

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When to centre?

In keeping with the rule of thirds, we mentioned in a previous post, we usually try not to place our subject in the centre of our image. However, there are situations in which the image works better if the subject … Continue reading

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Measuring exposure compensation

This post is also a review of information from the instruction manual that comes with your camera, specifically the chapter on “measuring exposure compensation”. The measuring point selected usually coincides with the focal point and is the point at which … Continue reading

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