Which grain elevator is your favorite? Continue reading “Top 10 Grain Elevators In Manitoba”
Modern age, modern tools, modern masters; the only thing that stays unchanged is the rules of the game. One of the ignored rules in the age of eye-popping megapixels, higher dynamic ranges, and fine post-processing is the metering. Yet, it is one of the tools that separate the men from the boys, the best from the rest.
Metering – defined in simple terms – is reading the amount of light to correctly expose an image. Continue reading “What Is Metering?”
Many of these elevators are now museums or have been restored, some are in ghost towns and some in the middle of nowhere.
Hope you enjoy! And feel free to let me know what is your favorite grain elevator to photograph.
What is Shutter Speed?
Shutter speed is one of the three supports of photography, the other two being Aperture and ISO. If capturing drama is your idea of photography, then working on shutter speed is something you should focus on. Do not get bogged down by the technicalities of photography every time – focus on exploring your creative side. Just learn the basics of three exposure elements and you are good to go! Continue reading “What Is Shutter Priority Mode?”
A photograph exposure is surrounded by a pyramid – Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. Just how a triangle has all sides equal, every feature of the exposure holds equal rank. Aperture is the deciding factor which allows the light to enter the camera. It is a small hole that allows the light to pass through the camera. Therefore, it ultimately defines the brightness and depth of field of an image. Depth of field determines the sharpness or blurriness of an image. Aperture is measured using the F-stop function. On your camera, you will see ‘f/’ followed by a number. Doctors would relate to the term aperture more aptly because it functions exactly like the pupil of a human eye. Continue reading “Shooting In Aperture Priority Mode”
Some may have residents living there, so be considerate and remember that even if they appear to be abandoned buildings, someone may own them.
Always respect trespassing laws and remember that most of these buildings do belong to someone.