Tag Archives: focus

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Are you on Aperture priority?

Most of the people I come across in the field seem to be using Aperture priority. So is that an issue? No not really, not unless you do not know why you are on Aperture Priority. A […]

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Manual Exposure/Exposure-Lock : Flying Birds and more

So how does one go about planning to shoot birds in flight? There are times when you actually might want to turn the dial to ‘Manual Exposure’ for this one.  Getting a Bird in Flight […]

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KYC #3: Why doesn’t my Camera Auto Focus & Focus Preset/Memory

Todays blog post covers two topics. One for people just starting ¬†off with photography and the second for the more experienced ones. So let’s ¬†start with the basics first and then look at advanced ways […]

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KYC #2 – Why is an f/2.8 lens called faster than f/4

The 70-200 f/2.8 is said to be a faster lens that the 70-200 f/4. What does this mean? Well, the most common answer that I have heard is  – ‘it gives faster shutter speeds’  Lets take a […]

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The Foreground Block

In wildlife photography, everyone craves for that fantastic creamy smooth background. Comments such as  Lovely Bokeh What a background Smooth BG Clean nice BG do the rounds of social media every minute. I have also […]

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Heat Waves!!

There are a lot of parameters that photographers need to keep in mind while out on the field clicking. Here is one of the lesser known ones. On my last tour to LRK (Kutch – […]

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