Getting Started In early days of photography, the process of taking images was considered a significant advancement of science. Early film cameras were rather primitive and relatively simple to use (if you knew how to operate them). Digital cameras have long since replaced film and the technology in today’s DSLR’s is nothing short of mind-boggling. Photography is what you make of it and your camera is basically a tool to create a photograph. And that tool you have in your camera bag is far more powerful than you can image and capable of creating amazing images, but only if you learn to use it properly. As we start to go through various photography courses, you need to understand how a camera works and must learn important settings on your camera. Some of the basic settings include; ISO, Shutter Speed, and Aperture. As we get into more advanced lessons you need to know the settings for White Balance, Focusing Modes, and Exposure Compensation. For illustration purposes, we’re going to use the Canon EOS Rebel T6i in our examples. Camera Resource Library (first step) Our goal is to teach you how to take great photos. Your first assignment is to build a Resource Library of owners manuals, training videos, and […]
Hi, I am Olushola Joseph known as Sholexx Photography, using a blend of technical skills and artistic eye to take pictures of people, places, landscape, events, objects, food, etc. Photography remains one of my biggest passions, I records events and tells stories using images.