Still Life Workshop

Learn to create still life images in your home using just standard lighting and you camera or mobile phone

Written by John Bentley

Professional Photographer specialising in Helping people to look feel and create better. Headshots | Portraiture | Branding | Education | Coaching

My teachings helps you to better understand the picture taking techniques.

My Headshots help you to look your best by coaching you into a more powerful and confident facial expressions, showing the character and nature of you and your business.

Wanna create MAGIC in your photographs?

LEARN THE CONNECTION OF ISO | EXPOSURE | SHUTTER

OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE EXPOSURE TRIANGLE.

This simple yet powerful method helps you switch from auto to manual mode and take control of your camera to create stunning images.
The magic of this triangle is how it allows you to balance the three elements to achieve the look you want.
Examples:
Aperture: To control the depth of field ( more out-of-focus elements or even more in-focus elements ), you would adjust the aperture.
Shutter: To control the sharpness of any image, you would adjust the shutter speeds.
ISO – To increase or decrease the overall brightness, you would use the iso settings.
Using the exposure triangle, you can experiment with different settings and see how they impact your images.
Learning to adjust your camera settings will give more creativity to your images.
As you gain more experience, you will see how you can use the exposure triangle to create images with a unique style and vision.
In short, using the exposure triangle gives you the power to help you perform magic in creating your images.
Imagery that genuinely stands out.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced photographer, the exposure triangle is an essential concept you NEED to understand in your creation.
Using manual is the MAGIC to creating more artistic images

QUICK RECAP

To portray a more three-dimensional image, you would use the APERTURE ( F-Stops) to have elements like the background out of focus.
To get a correct well-balanced exposure, you would use ISO.
To portray motion within your images, you would use shutter speeds.
Now the magic only ever happens when YOU understand how to use them together.
Would you like to fully understand the magic that your camera can do?
I am JohnB, a professional photographer on a mission to encourage others to be more creative with their photography.

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