Exposure means the amount of light that reaches your cameras sensor at a given time. Depending on amount of light it can be correct, less or more. Correct exposure will produce correct exposure. Same way “less” mean “under” and “more” means “over” exposure. Every camera has a metering system. Taking your camera settings into account, it will measure & calculate the exposure or light amount that hitting your sensor. Then, it will indicate that on exposure meter located at camera’s viewfinder info bar. Exposure meter is a scale with “zero” at the middle, means correct exposure. Less than zero or minus means under exposure and more than zero or plus means over exposure.
There is a very popular rule in photography, known as the rule of thirds. While we all love that rule, it is often difficult to put all images in the same rule. The rule states that if the picture frame can be divided by four imaginary lines, two vertically and two across, the points where they would intersect would be the main focus points of the human eye. This is why it would be justifiable to put the main subject of the picture on one of those intersecting points. The principle is to keep your main subject a bit off center. You can ply the rule in three ways
The Newest Camera in Canon’s Lineup Delivers Exceptional EOS Full HD Video Quality with Continuous Autofocus and an Expansive Selection of Lenses
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., July 23, 2012 – Combining the perfect blend of advanced video features and excellent still image quality in a convenient size, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced the EOS M Digital Camera. Canon has made significant advancements in the realm of professional-quality HD video capture, from advanced CMOS sensor technology to smooth, quiet continuous autofocus. Inspired by EOS technology, the EOS M leverages these core technologies and distills them down to provide outstanding video capture capabilities while retaining high-quality still image capture. When shooting still images, the EOS M camera’s 18-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS image sensor provides a shallow depth of field, incredible low-light image quality and a wide dynamic range to capture rich gradation and detail. This new addition to the EOS family offers a great solution to videographers and photographers of all levels, with two new lenses designed specifically for Canon’s new camera format – the EF-M 22mm f/2 STM kit lens and the optional EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens– and the ability to use the full line of Canon EF and EF-S lenses through the optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M.
How to shoot photographs of fireworks? It may sounds difficult. But framing fireworks on camera can be mastered easily with the right equipment and camera settings on your camera. It doesn’t matter if you have a DSLR or a point-and-shoot , you’ll still be able to shoot those amazing shots of the Fireworks display.
Silent and Continuous Autofocus in Video, The EOS Rebel T4i Lets People Re-Live Magic Moments Through Stunningly Crisp Video and Incredible Stereo Sound
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., June 8, 2012 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, today announced a new flagship model in its most popular EOS Rebel line, the Canon EOS Rebel T4i Digital SLR Camera. The new EOS Rebel T4i features incredible image quality with an 18-megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor, DIGIC 5 Image Processor that helps capture all the action with high-speed continuous shooting of up to five frames per second (fps) and an extended ISO range of 100–12800 (expandable to 25600 in H mode) that gives photographers the opportunities to take the EOS Rebel T4i into more shooting situations than ever before.