Choosing the Exposure Time, Sensitivity, and f-stop
Second in a series. The first is A Little Science Helps You Take Better Photographs
Exposure Time can be adjusted over a huge range. A modern DSLR camera can shoot at 1/8000 of a second, all the way up to 30 seconds (in my camera). […]
This post is first in a series of posts about the science of photography.
For most of my life I have been both a computer engineer and a photographer.
Here are some ways that you can use science to make better photographs. I have friend who is a terrific computer engineer, but is new to […]
Second in a series about Infrared Photography
The first post is: About Infrared Photography
So now you know what Infrared Photography is, and what it’s good for. How do we do it??
History – Infrared is So Much Easier Now
Before digital cameras we had to use special infrared film. This was nasty stuff. Expensive, […]
Infrared is literally a way to see the world in a different light. Many things look strikingly different. Here I will tell you enough about Infrared Photography to appreciate it. You may become interested enough to start taking your own Infrared Photos. I will help you get started with that too.
When I tell people […]
I love infrared photography. Especially digital infrared photography.
It lets you see things in a different light, literally. The natural world looks different, but also familiar.
Most Infrared photographs are Black and White, but color is also possible. Somewhat strange color. You will see what I mean.
Before digital cameras, if you wanted to shoot […]