This blog is for those who want to take better photos. With any camera. Does your camera not take good photos? Probably it is not camera's fault. Either the light is not enough or your camera needs some help from you. With Trial and Error method, you can improve your photos in 2 easy steps! 1) Find the problem with the photo, 2) then try to fix it and take a photo again! Repeat the process until you get a photo you like!
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
SLR vs Compact (Fixed Lens) cameras
better image quality which stands out indoor or in low light compared to small
to ability to control Depth of Field (or selective focusing) to keep certain
things in focus everything else out of focus. The kit lens are limited in this
capability but you can achieve greater control with fast or wide aperture
can change lenses and use many accessories like external flash, remote control,
filters, extension tubes, macro tubes etc.
build, better life.
they offer lot of manual controls
and difficult to carry around
expensive. Accessories like lenses etc can also cost significant money.
good light or in outdoor use, there is not much advantage unless filters are
to carry around. Compact in size.
can get tremendous zoom up to 60x in some of the cameras. This comes vary handy
in outdoor photos and in travel. It is difficult to get this kind of zoom in
outdoor, good light, they are as good as any camera. They work great in
landscape cameras or in situations where you want most things in the scene in
cameras offer macro shots. In macro mode, camera can focus on things very close
to camera. To get similar ability in an expensive SLR, you will need a
dedicated Macro lens. By nature, compact cameras offer great macro photography.
models do not offer enough manual controls
struggle in low light or in indoor photography
have options to use many accessories like different lenses, filters, external
difficult to achieve bokeh or background blur with small sensors and tiny