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Back Button Focus Explained: Take Your Focus to the Next Level!   If there is anything I wish I had known sooner in my journey as a photographer, it would be this one simple thing: Back Button Focus. This has been quite possibly the biggest game changer in my

Back Button Focus Explained: Take Your Focus to the Next Level! If there is anything I wish I had known sooner in my journey as a photographer, it would be this one simple thing: Back Button Focus. This has been quite possibly the biggest game changer in my

A step by step guide to using back button focus in photography. Learn what it is, why you might want to try it out, and even how to set it up on your camera! Click through to read the full tutorial!

A Guide to Back Button Focus

A step by step guide to using back button focus in photography. Learn what it is, why you might want to try it out, and even how to set it up on your camera! Click through to read the full tutorial!

10 simple things to maintain the health of your camera: clean the sensor

Canon's new EOS 80D marks the start of its new video platform

10 simple things to maintain the health of your camera: clean the sensor

How To Fix Underexposed Photos In Photoshop - Learn all about using Dodge tool to brighten photos for your blog!

How To Fix Underexposed Photos In Photoshop

How To Fix Underexposed Photos In Photoshop - Learn all about using Dodge tool to brighten photos for your blog!

Exposure Lock (AE-L Button) is the abbreviation stands for Automatic Exposure Lock. It is useful using automatic and semi-automatic shooting modes.

Exposure Lock (AE-L Button) : How to Use the Exposure Lock

Exposure Lock (AE-L Button) is the abbreviation stands for Automatic Exposure Lock. It is useful using automatic and semi-automatic shooting modes.

Although this was such a bright day I could've used natural light, I wanted to try out all the new things I learned in my lighting class. I wanted to shoot at about f8 and ISO 100 using a one light setup (to see if I could mimic nat light:) with my kit lens 18-55mm. It was a bit taxing for one one sb800, so I put two together...probably breaking all the rules lol! But hey...gotta try out some things! I learned alot...what to do and what not to do...so I will improve on this setup next time:)

Although this was such a bright day I could've used natural light, I wanted to try out all the new things I learned in my lighting class. I wanted to shoot at about f8 and ISO 100 using a one light setup (to see if I could mimic nat light:) with my kit lens 18-55mm. It was a bit taxing for one one sb800, so I put two together...probably breaking all the rules lol! But hey...gotta try out some things! I learned alot...what to do and what not to do...so I will improve on this setup next time:)

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