I wrote this very extensive digital photography glossary to help readers understand the terminology used in digital photography. I tried my best to make all the definitions easy to understand even without a prior knowledge of photography. Hope you find this glossary helpful.
Lens is the most crucial component of a camera. It changes the way you see the object and gives you control over exposure. And the choice of lens is arguably a more important decision than the choice of camera. Well, at least I argue so. If you don’t have the right lens, you won’t be able to take the right photo even with a top-of-the-line high-end camera. Continue reading Choosing the right lens
When you decide to think more seriously about taking pictures and maybe go to next level from your cell phone, the first question that comes to mind is “which camera?” There are so many options in the market and you want something that will suit your needs and still be under your budget. Tough one. The best approach is always figuring out your relative short-term goal: Continue reading How to choose a digital camera?
Digital technology has changed the art of photography forever. Gone are the days of film rolls and developing photos in dark rooms. Even a stand-alone camera is not required to take pictures nowadays: Cell phones, tablets, even gadgets like Google Glass replace cameras in our modern life of fast-pacing technology. And it only makes sense. Continue reading An Introduction to Digital Photography