Depth of field preview is a handy, but often overlooked, camera function that can help you create sharp landscape and nature images.
Whether you are a beginner or professional photographer, it’s never too early to integrate a backup strategy into your photography workflow. Here’s a simple way to make sure you don’t lose your images.
Outdoor photographers spend a lot of time in nature and as such are at high risk for acquiring tick-borne illnesses. Follow these tick safety guidelines to help prevent tick bites during your next photography adventure.
It can be hard to stay creative during a crisis. Here are 14 ideas to help you keep working on your photography even when times are tough.
Here are 5 simple ways to measure the hyperfocal distance when using hyperfocal focusing to maximize the depth of field in your landscape images.
In Part 2 of our discussion of ISO we provide a brief explanation of the origin of image noise and why increasing the ISO setting makes image noise more prominent.
ISO is a camera setting that can be confusing to many photographers. In this article, we explain how ISO actually works and dispel some common myths.
Are you wondering which aperture is best for different types of outdoor photography? Here are some guidelines.
Ever wonder why aperture is measured in f-stops, why it is called f-stop in the first place, and why the f-stop scale is so wonky? Read on for the answers.
Struggling to understand aperture and how to use it effectively in your photography? Here are some key concepts and simple explanations to help clear up any confusion.