While the human eye can easily adapt to changing shades of light, the camera is a bit more complicated. Because of this, you yourself must tell her when she recognizes colors unrealistic. This is done by setting the camera modes or auto white balance. How to precisely adjust the colors of the scene so that they match the reality?
Digital photos consist of information about shades (brightness) and colors. The shades in the photo are controlled by the exposure settings of the camera. The main tool for managing the color of a photo is the white balance setting. Continue reading
The effect of “lengthening exposure” is familiar to anyone who used a compact camera set to “night portrait” mode. In order for bright blurred streaks to appear around the main subject, it is necessary to highlight it with a flash using a slow shutter speed. Without this, the background of the photo will be just dark. Accepting a shutter speed (dragging the shutter) works especially well with a bright background. Continue reading