Aperture Priority Blog Posts

Samsung EX2F 12-megapixel Digital Camera with Built-in WiFi

Wi-Fi Connectivity The Brightest f/1.4, 24mm, 3.3x Lens 3.0″ Swivel VGA AMOLED Display The Brightest F1.4, 24mm, 3.3x Lens With an impressive F1.4 lens, the EX2F delivers a wider range of aperture steps and shallow depth-of-field, providing the...
by Camera World 237 Dot Com on Feb 28, 2013

Travel photo – Trees and Shoren-in Temple in Kyoto

One of the best things to do in Japan is to snap photos on the surrounding buildings and scenery. The clean air, clear sky and perfectly tidy surroundings make all your snapshots look attractive. This was what I did when I was on my Japan travel a co...
by Travel Feeder on Feb 21, 2013

Sony DSC-RX100 DSCRX100 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera with 3.6x Zoom + Sony 32GB Class 10 Memory Card + Sony Soft Carry Case + Lens Pen Cleaning Tool + 25 Free Prints + Zeikos Deluxe Screen Protector + Zeikos Professional Wrist Grip Strap for Digital and Film SLR Cameras

Sony DSC-RX100 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera with 3.6x Zoom 32GB Class 10 Memory Card – Sony Soft Carry Case Lens Pen Cleaning Tool – 25 Free Prints Zeikos Deluxe Screen Protector Zeikos Professional Wrist Grip Strap for Digita...
by Camera World 237 Dot Com on Feb 18, 2013

Travel Snapshot – Cherry Blossom in Fort Goryokaku, Hakodate

Cherry Blossom season has come to an end in Japan by now. I am lucky to have experienced the Hanami (flower viewing) for Sakura two weeks ago in Hakodate, Northern city of Japan in Hokkaido island. With my careful planning, I was able to catch the fu...
by Travel Feeder on May 22, 2012

Travel Snapshot – Hakodate at night, Japan

Brilliant. A simple word says it all. This is how I describe the cityscape view at night in Hakodate, Japan. Fortunately, with a steady tripod and my Nikon D7000 hooked up with Nikkor 10-24mm ultra wide angle lens, I managed to captured it at a perfe...
by Travel Feeder on May 13, 2012

Photography Friday: Shooting in Aperture Priority

Today is our third Photography Friday tutorial and I hope you have all learnt a lot so far like I have!! I'm having so much fun learning my camera and  today we will be teaching you how to set up your camera to shoot in...
by Coral and Coast on Feb 23, 2012

Travel Snapshot – Westminster Abbey church of London

Westminster Abbey, the tourism popular Gothic church in West of London, and also the venue where the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton took place. I missed to snap some photos of it on my Europe tour in year 2010 but fortunately and...
by Travel Feeder on Feb 17, 2012

The magnificent but not so magnificent night view of Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

The most iconic architecture in Barcelona, Sagrada Familia is a Roman Catholic church designed by the local famous architecture, Antoni Gaudi (1852–1926). It is perhaps the most uniquely designed church one can find in this world. From interior to...
by Travel Feeder on Oct 10, 2011

Travel photo of London Tower Bridge at night

Tower Bridge is perhaps the most iconic structure in London. All travelers visiting London for the first time must at least take a look at this beautiful bridge connecting London East End to the Greater London city centre. It was constructed and comp...
by Travel Feeder on Sep 27, 2011

How to blur backgrounds using the aperture

Over the past few months there have been many daily searches to this site about depth of field and how to blur backgrounds. Professional photographers use this technique and this post will address some of these actual searches to this site, such as &...

How to change Depth of Field and make blurred backgrounds

Sometimes when taking a photograph you don’t want your background to be focus as you might want the foreground. Normally you will want your subject to be in focus and the background to be either slightly out of focus or very out of focus.  In...
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