Photography

Well, as great as these cameras are with their automatic settings there is still no substitute for understanding the intricacies of camera settings. How the shutter speed affects the lighting and motion blur or how the aperture affects the lighting and depth of field or how the ISO affects the brightness and graininess of an image.

The other cool features of Samsung Armani P520 include a 3.15 mega pixel camera and a built-in music player. The camera can produce digital quality pictures and videos. The photography becomes more exciting with help of this camera as it is supported by auto focus, zoom and a powerful lens. A stereo Bluetooth headset has been provided with this phone which lets the music lovers to enjoy the rocking music even while traveling.

Adjust the white balance option on your camera. When you are taking photos inside, many times your pictures will end up looking a little yellow from the light bulbs. Instead of trying to play with the light in your space, adjust the feature called white balance instead. This will allow your photos to look more professional.

Think about the things you want seen in your picture. High quality pictures will highlight a feature of the subject in your photo. Don’t attempt to include too much. To create a general impression of an object, shoot a series of photos, instead of a single detail-oriented photo.

When you are assessing the natural light around you, the first thing to realize is that there is never only one light source. All light travels in straight lines, until it hits something. It then bounces off. If it hits a shiny object, it will bounce at the same angle it arrived at, like a billiard ball off a cushion. If the object is matt (i.e. not shiny), it will bounce off in all directions and pick up the color of whatever it hit.

For several years now jewelry making has become my focus. I usually end up making things out of need. I am sure at one point I needed a necklace to go with an outfit and did not have the right item. So off to my studio to find something and create it. Other times people suggest things to me. They assume I can make it, so I do! Sometimes I just go into my studio and start working with different materials and one idea leads to another and something fabulous comes out of it!

Next, set your aperture (increase your f-stop number) and take test shots and see how they turn out. This is where the trial and error come in. I usually set my f-stop around 10 or higher, when I do have it set. But then again, I always use bulb mode.