Digital Camera Lessons – Shooting Modes By Gene Rodman The trouble with tools is getting the most out of them. It helps to learn how to use them properly. A hammer is pretty simple to get a hang of, but how many of us really know how to program our VCR. I’m dating myself here.
Understanding Color Channels – Digital Camera Lessons By Gene Rodman Sometimes I need to hear the same thing told five times or more by different people before something sinks in. I remember having a difficult time understanding how the color photography thing ever happened. This is a perfect example of not knowing the technology but
ISO Settings – Please Quiet Your Noisy Photographs By Gene Rodman There are SO many international symbols and acronyms used in photography. In the last couple of articles I’ve tried to explain what some of those letters and symbols are on your camera dial. This month I’d like to explain what some other letters mean.
Digital Camera Lessons – Macro Photography By Gene Rodman Now that we are getting a few hints of spring, a few Robin and a Bluebird sightings, I’m keeping my eyes out for crocus and pasque flowers. It means that our world is going to shake off winter and make its mad dash to grow like
F-Stops and Shutter Speeds – Camera Lessons By Gene Rodman How is an exposure made and what does the camera do to make sure an image is recorded? There are two parts involved in exposing film or a digital sensor to light. One is the intensity of the light and the other is the length