So, you’ve finally decided to try your hand at manual mode. Yippee! Being able to use the manual setting on a camera is the first indicator that you are moving away from amateur photography and into the big leagues. But, now you are staring at all of the options on your camera and wondering just what the heck to do next. Well, let’s see if we can clarify the most important camera settings that every photographer should master.
Film & Media
If you are just starting out with videos, you may find that you feel really awkward in front of the camera. You find yourself stumbling across words, fidgeting, pausing too much and, adding in too many “ums” and “likes” to your sentences. What can you do to look comfortable in videos and increase your confidence?
If you run a website or a blog, you probably use at least some images to increase the user’s experience. While images are important for SEO, they can eat up a lot of space and drag your load times down if you are not careful. If you are using Photoshop to edit you pics, you are in luck, because it is really easy to optimize images with Photoshop.
Have you ever wondered how to take wide-angle photos with an iPhone? If you are anything like me, you rely on your iPhone to document a lot of important things in your life. Being a full-time blogger, I require quite a few images for blog posts and find that my iPhone handles the brunt of that job.
You may be asking yourself why you should even learn to embed videos inside Pinterest pins. Well, have you noticed that videos on Pinterest tend to get lost in the mix? They just sit there waiting and hoping for someone to click them. They do not grab the attention the way that a jazzy title can. They also have no immediately noticable branding.