I had the pleasure of giving another talk at my local camera club last week. The subject was black and white photography. Continue reading “When to Use Black and White”
One of the greatest advancements in photography has been the invention of autofocus. Simply by pointing your camera at a subject and pressing the shutter halfway, the camera will not only meter the ambient light, but bring the main subject into sharp focus.
As with most things photographic, there is theory and there is practice and sometimes the two don’t mesh exactly. Here’s what I’ve learned about autofocus. Continue reading “A Focus on Autofocus”