Point of interest, sometimes referred to as the centre of interest, is probably the most important element in any photographic composition. I
Composition is literally organising the elements of your subject into an image frame. What you are trying to attract is the eye, then you have to hold its attention.
Continuing our series on photography basics we look at flash, tripods and lenses.
Shooting RAW and White Balance
The problem with photographers (mostly us boys anyway) is that we can be a big bunch of geeks. We obsess of tiny details in our images and our process. To be honest that should come as a relief to many of you if you’re hiring a professional photographer but what about when you are creating your own images?
In this article we are looking at moving on from automatic modes in your camera.
If you have have already read our article Learning Exposure then hopefully you will have a better understand of what ISO, Shutter Speed and Apertures are.
Learning about exposure
Photography basics ISO, Shutter Speed and Apertures
I’m often asked if we offer photography basics classes or any additional training to support our free Creative Photography for Kids course.
The easiest way for me to achieve that is to write a series of photography basics classes.
Hopefully you’ll find this helpful.