Auto mode tells your camera to use it’s best judgement to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best shot that it can.
When you switch to portrait mode your camera will automatically select a large aperture (small number) which helps to keep your background out of focus (ie it sets a narrow depth of field – ensuring your subject is the only thing in focus and is therefore the center of attention in the shot).
Macro mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close up picture.
This mode is almost the exact opposite of portrait mode in that it sets the camera up with a small aperture (large number) to make sure as much of the scene you’re photographing will be in focus as possible (ie it give you a large depth of field).
Photographing moving objects is what sports mode (also called ‘action mode’ in some cameras) is designed for.
This is a really fun mode to play around with and can create some wonderfully colorful and interesting shots.
This mode extends your digital camera from just capturing still images to capturing moving ones.
Aperture Priority Mode
This mode is really a semi-automatic (or semi-manual) mode where you choose the aperture and where your camera chooses the other settings (shutter speed, white balance, ISO etc) so as to ensure you have a well balanced exposure.
Shutter Priority Mode
Program mode is similar to Auto but gives you a little more control over some other features including flash, white balance, ISO etc.
in this mode you have full control over your camera and need to think about all settings including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, flash etc. It gives you the flexibility to set your shots up as you wish.
Richard Drew, 2001
Falling Man is one of the only widely seen pictures that shows someone dying.
Nilüfer Demir, 2015
The war in Syria had been going on for more than four years when Alan Kurdi’s parents lifted the 3-year-old boy and his 5-year-old brother into an inflatable boat and set off from the Turkish coast for the Greek island of Kos, just three miles away.
Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945
Taking in the mood on the streets of New York City, Eisenstaedt soon found himself in the joyous tumult of Times Square. As he searched for subjects, a sailor in front of him grabbed hold of a nurse, tilted her back and kissed her.
THIS IS MY FAVORITE BECAUSE I LOVE THE CITY AND IS SAYS HOLLYWOOD AND THAT IS WHERE IM FROM
I LIKE THIS PICTURE BECAUE IO USED TO PLAY AS JOHN F KENNEDY IS BLACK OPPS.
THIS PICTURE IS MY FAVORITE BECAUSE I LIKE THE POSE THAT THE SOLDER IS DOING IT LOOKS TUFF.
- 12 Tips for Stunning Portrait Photography
- Taking Perfect Portraits. …
- Use natural light. …
- Don’t shoot in direct sunlight. …
- Diffuse harsh light. …
- Use a low f-stop. …
- Avoid wide-angle lenses.
black and white
this is a college about the things I like and what they mean to me.
first thing is motorcycles I love them I actually own one myself it is a gsxr 600 I recently had got into an accident one it and that’s what made me.
second thing is snakes I had owned one when was about 6 or 7 but it had died due do its body temperature getting too low.
third thing is San Bernardino sign I grew up in San Bernardino for most of my life had I had moved from there when I was in the 6th grade, and I moved to Fontana where I stay now.