This week’s Toecabulary brings you the concept of ‘Star Trails’ and the two unique ways that you can photograph them. Read on to know more.
This week’s Toecabulary discusses Digital Negative file formats or DNGs. It also delves into the pros and cons of converting your raw file into DNG format.
It’s not just enough to protect the Raw files by backing them up into multiple hard disks. It’s also important to protect the Lightroom catalog files where we perhaps spend a lot of time while post-processing. Watch this video to learn about some best practices of preserving your catalogs and never losing them.
This week’s Toecabulary delves into ‘ball head’, explain the workings and advantages associated with using one in photography. Click here to know more.
Listen to Jayanth Sharma on Toehold Radio to learn about the famous Multi-flash Hummingbird setup.
Have you ever wondered why as the aperture size increases, the numerical value attached to it reduces? We understand that it can cause quite a bit of confusion for anyone trying to learn photography. In this video, we explain the reason behind this and hope you will never be confused again!
Are you an advocate of always shooting images in the manual mode? Watch this video to learn the concept of ‘Exposure compensation’ and learn how to use it to make fantastic images in all modes.
Do you post-process your pictures? Are you worried that you might be manipulating your images? Then this video is for you! In this video, we explain the difference between normalisation of images and manipulation and if practicing either is the right thing to do.
As photographers, we have all come across debates about which camera brand is a more superior one. In this video, Jayanth Sharma takes a look at one such debate and uses his experience to settle the debate. Listen to the verdict on what is his recommendation on the camera brand.
Have you ever asked a photographer for the EXIF information for one of their images? Ever wondered how this information is helpful? In this video, Jayanth Sharma discusses why obtaining EXIF information does not make you any wiser in your quest for becoming a better photographer.