What is the White balance (WB)?
On a digital camera, white balance solves the problem of colour casts without the need for the filters that are used with film. There is no such thing as a pure white in the outside world. A building that is painted white, for instance, will change color during the day. As the color of the light bouncing off it changes. If the blue light is hitting it, the wall will photograph as blue. White balance gives you options for correcting color balance for a number of different light sources. Once the camera has established a neutral white all the colors in your pictures will fall into place. And the color…
How do make good photos?
Make good photos! Hi, friends! Today I wake up with a cup of coffee of course,… and I asked myself one question: “How do we take better photos? “Maybe, will be interesting for you to know this! You can use a camera or a phone, it’s doesn’t matter! You can find more tips on how to make good photos on the internet, but I will be accurate and clear! Right, everyone can make photos. Today everyone is already a photographer. But it doesn’t mean everyone makes good photos. I think a good photo is simple. Actually, a good photo doesn’t have superfluous distractions in the background and has emotion, simplicity,…
Story of Photography
I will give you some information about the Story of Photography! Enjoy! ” The history of photography, in terms of the understanding that light passing through an aperture can create an image, is a long one. However, it is only in relatively recent decades that photography has become ubiquitous. It was the Greek philosopher Aristotle who first noticed the phenomenon that light rays converge to pass through small holes and, on striking a surface behind them, produce an inverted image. However, it was not until the 16th century that the camera obscura came into use. This consisted of little more than a darkened room with a hole in one wall…
Greenwich or Greenwich is a neighborhood (formerly an independent city) and an administrative area of London on the south bank of the River Thames. It is world-famous for its observatory, founded in 1675 by King Charles II. The meridian passing through it is assumed to be zero and is determined by its longitude.