Photoshop

Photoshop: Basic Editing

Over the last number of weeks, DigiKnow has written a number of blogs on different photography elements: composition and automatic mode, Program Mode: exposure compensation and white balance, depth of field and aperture, shutter speeds (aperture/shutter relationship) and a number of shutter speed techniques: zoom burst and painting with light, Read more…

Credit: Tom Smith

Shutter Techniques – Part 3

Last week, DigiKnow looked at two slow shutter techniques: ghosting and double exposures. These techniques used slow shutters and tripods. With both techniques the camera was static whilst subjects moved. In this weeks post, we continue with another two techniques that use slow shutter speeds: panning (background or motion blur) Read more…

Credit: Robert Zunikoff

Shutter Speed and ISO

Over the last number of weeks, DigiKnow has looked at photography as a means of Making Images. This has covered a number of things including: Composition in automatic mode Program mode (includes exposure compensation & white balance) Depth of field Using apertures in photography Aperture/shutter relationships in semi-automatic modes This Read more…

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Composition and Program Mode

Last week, we looked at Image Composition and Automatic Mode. Digiknow continues the theme of making images by providing another two compositions and introducing you to two changeable features using the Program Mode. Let’s get started! Compositions Symmetry Symmetry is interesting and can be used horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Think Read more…

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Moving Image and Best Practice

Last week, DigiKnow looked at visual content and best practice. This week, we continue with moving image. Moving image, can be defined as motion picture, video, news footage, out-takes, home movies, slideshows, screen tests, broadcast and/or multimedia. Why are moving images of such interest? They can be used to teach, Read more…