Digital photography tips –Using a digital camera Tip 1: Compact digital cameras have a shutter delay. To reduce this, take some practice shots. Here’s a tip to help you find out how much of a delay you’re dealing with: stand in the middle of the room, camera at the ready. turn slowly, and while looking at the screen, press the … Read More
Certainly, the most obvious question that users have is what kind of camera they should choose. Camera users normally fall into one of three main categories: amateurs, hobbyists and professionals, and knowing where you fit can help you identify what features might be important, and what type of camera would make sense for your needs. Are you looking to just … Read More
Many people comment on certain photographers having an eye for taking good pictures. In part, that is skill and experience you are seeing. Another part is the expression of art with an understanding of some basic rules. Of course, like any artist, you can take some great shots that ‘break’ all the rules, however, it is safe to say that … Read More
The debate between digital cameras and film cameras is relatively new – digital photography itself has only in the past few years made it to the point where it could rival film, and most agree that it has finally met (if not surpassed) its rival in ease and flexibility. The range of camera choices above 3 megapixels (which is comparable … Read More
A major advantage of digital photography is being able to easily rewrite history – you can make changes to the photos before printing or displaying. There are a variety of software packages that will allow you to do this – some photo album software will allow simple touch ups, like Google’s Picasa, Apple’s iPhoto or LView, while more complex packages … Read More
Faye and her sons “Brain and Scott”, play at Big Beach, Maui, HI
Faye and son Brian in Maui at Big Beach over Memorial weekend.