How to read a histogram: what you can learn from your camera's exposure graph
[How to read a histogram : photography cheat sheet] Your digital camera’s histogram serves as a guide to help you better underststand your exposure. To this end, it aims to illustrate the range of tones in a scene. On the left of your histogram you’ll find the extreme of dark shadows, while on the far right you will find your bright highlights.
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Camera Angles: 5 ways to add impact with unusual perspectives
Sometimes you can dramatically alter your photo composition just changing your perspective. This quick guide to using camera angles more effectively will help you take pictures you can be proud of. Inside we'll show you 5 simple techniques you can use to alter your camera angles for dramatic effect.
A lot actually. I also think it's wierd that within the world there are so many spaces and atmospheres and you switch between them constantly. So many closed doors that hold so much life and potential.