Prasanna

answered on October 4, 2018

If it is your first DSLR, then no.If you have a lens kit already there is no need for that. If the price between a body, and body + kit lens is neglig

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Deepanshu Paul Xalxo

answered on October 12, 2018

Its the Aperture that is denoted by f and it is also known as f stop.

The diffrence between both  is that f/1.4 lets you get more light to your image.

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asked on December 19, 2016

Is shooting at 50mm using kit lens, e.g., 18-55mm and 50 mm prime lens is same?
Pranay Singh

answered on December 19, 2016
  1. Shooting with 50mm lens can let you shoot at aperture as wide as 1.8 but a 18-55mm will allow you to shoot only at 5.0 aperture 
  2. This difference itself
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asked on October 5, 2018

How to find out exif of the image if the image is clicked by iphone ?
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Aishik Saha

answered on September 13, 2018

First and foremost, learn the basics of exposure.

Refer to this article - Basics of Exposure 

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Ne
answered on January 6, 2018

Key points to be considered while clicking any picture should be gears which you are using , subject  and composition.

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Sainath ALa

answered on November 12, 2018

Adobe lightroom and photoshop for pc. and snapeseed for mobile 

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SS
answered on May 30, 2018
Manual Mode is mode Which totally we have to control. All settings we have to set
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asked on November 9, 2017

Hi All, I'd like to justify purchasing a fairly expensive prime lens. I want to take my 6D to the camera shop and try out 3 lenses to see if there is ...View More
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on November 9, 2017

First question is that how do you understand if a lens is of high quality and will produce quality DOF (better DOF).

I'd like to explain DOF as not dep

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asked on November 24, 2016

Guys each time i cover an event in low light situation inside tight auditorium, i get very less place to move around between chairs..people block the ...View More
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on November 24, 2016

First of all that you should not try to disturb the audience. Always try to capture pictures from roaming around the walls of auditorium. Better to go

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Akshay Wayse

answered on November 22, 2018

In the wedding photography you can mostly click candid photos, because the expression we want to capture comes unexpectedly. Portrait photos are the b

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asked on February 7, 2018

Example:-
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 has 14 elements and 11 groups
Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS has 20 elements and 15 groups
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on February 7, 2018

In any lens, elements are the specific lens pieces used and how are they arranged to obtain a particular feature, the arrangement is the group. Lenses

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Pixean

answered on December 10, 2018
EXIF is short for Exchangeable Image File, a format that is a standard for storing interchange information in digital photography image files using JP...View More
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Tejas Shirgaonkar

answered on February 7, 2018
Canon 50mm 1.8
Canon 85mm 1.8
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asked on August 17, 2018

Do we have any internships, can anyone explain what it exactly is??
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