‘Stop’ is an important piece of photography jargon. If you understand what it means, controlling your camera settings will be easier and more effective.
Photography has been my passion since I bought a camera. I was 19 years old and hungry to learn. But it took me a few years to make any significant progress.In this article, I’ll share some of my story. This is how I made the most of a great opportunity and began my journey as a professional photographer.
Photographs typically represent a single moment in time and conform their subject to a two dimensional space. A photomontage is a unique approach to photography, transcending these traditional boundaries.Perspective with a single view point is abandoned. Time constraints become elastic. Combining multiple photos into a single image of the same subject, photomontages enter the realm of Cubism.
Being in control of your exposure is important. Our cameras see light differently than our eyes do. You need to make sure the right amount of light your camera ‘sees’ is recorded by the sensor.If your camera records the incorrect amount of light your photo will be overexposed or underexposed. Too light or too dark.