One of the most well-known rules regarding exposure adjustment in photography is Sunny 16 – the “solar rule 16”, or “f / 16 rule”, also known as the “Tamba rule”. It goes back to the early days of photography and it seems that at the moment this rule … is outdated. However, many novice photographers get acquainted with it when studying the exposure settings. So, what is the “solar rule 16” and does it matter for modern photography? Continue reading
Do you know how to take clear photos without using a tripod? Many get blurry images, often associated with camera shake when the shutter is released. Unfortunately, this can also occur due to the incorrect position of the hands on the camera, and from shutter vibrations, which can cause serious difficulties or even become an unsolvable problem.
This article will discuss the most common reason for camera shake: the shutter speed is below acceptable when manually holding the camera. Continue reading