Chapter 3: What Is Aperture? – The Ultimate Beginners Photography Guide

Aperture is the opening of in a lens through which light passes to enter the camera. Aperture is one of the three pillars of photography which controls the overall exposure of an image, the othere two being Shutter Speed and ISO. Aperture has many different effects from which two of the most important effects are exposure and depth of field with large aperture you will get high exposure and a shallow or thin depth of field basically bright image with blurred background and with smaller aperture you will get low exposure and a deep or large depth of field basically dark image with sharp background. Aperture is measure with F/Numbers also known as F/Stops. It is written as f/1.4, f/2, f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6 and so on. So, f-stops are a way of describing the size of the aperture for a particular photo. Continue reading Chapter 3: What Is Aperture? – The Ultimate Beginners Photography Guide

Ultimate Guide On Buying Your First Camera, Lens And Accessories – Photography And Cinematography

As a beginner Photographer or Cinematographer your first job is to choose your First Camera. As you are a beginner it is usually overwhelming in choosing your first camera as there are many choices available to you and you find yourself lost in making a final decision. Continue reading Ultimate Guide On Buying Your First Camera, Lens And Accessories – Photography And Cinematography

8 Do’s And Don’ts For A Beginner Photographer And Cinematographer- Ultimate Beginners Guide

1. Camera’s, Accessories And Equipments.
2. Camera Settings
3. Always Capture/Shoot More
4. Choose A Costume Wisely.
5. Never Reject Because Of Less Pay.
6. Willing To Work For Free.
7. Portfolio.
8. Less Is More.​ Continue reading 8 Do’s And Don’ts For A Beginner Photographer And Cinematographer- Ultimate Beginners Guide