Entries by Eve Voyevoda

What Is Aperture in camera?

The aperture definition in digital photography   The aperture is the unit of measurement that defines the size of the opening in the lens. The size of this hole will regulate the image sensor’s degree of exposure to the light. It measures in F-stops. The diaphragm is the device which controls the aperture opening. So we can say that […]

What is color temperature in photography?

The color temperature one of the most important things in photography. I would say it also part of photography multiplication table, something all photographers know and use all the time. Definition of the color temperature Well, technically speaking color temperature is one of the many characteristics of the visible light. Each light source has it own […]

Learn Photography Light. Part #1

In the first lesson, we will try to understand the light nature through an experiment. The direction of light is one of the fundamental ideas of photography. Some of them are the amount, angle, temperature, and softness of light. But they will be touched in the future lessons. Today it’s all about the direction. You […]

Photo Gear. My Cameras

I would like to give a few words on my collection of photo gear. Here, is an overview with focus on the camera. Lenses will be touched later. First of all, I photograph more in the studio than outside. My gear works great in a good studio with proper light conditions. But, if you are looking for something like street or sports photography, this gear will not suit you. Food photography is still life. It rarely moves. Even if I capture chef’s portrait or restaurant interiors with people, they still do not move fast. But, even then I have something for outdoor shooting. Here is a short overview.

What does ISO in a camera

What is ISO? Sometimes it refers to the International Standard Organisation. But in photography, it’s an important setting related to the sensitivity of the film or sensor of your camera.Definition of ISO In the analog or film photography, ISO indicates the sensitivity of the film. The lesser sensitivity, the lesser is the noise. This way […]