Here and there, I hear people saying a photo is "technically correct". How can I tell whether a photo is technically correct or not?
What is the best type of light for viewing printed photos?
Is there any set of criteria for evaluating a single picture that is in common use? I have the following situation: I want to write down my criteria on how I rate my pictures. At the moment I give ...
When I snap a picture on my camera, in RAW+JPEG FINE mode, the camera shows me a bright photo, but when I watch it on my computer it becomes darker (less bright than on camera). It's not a software ...
Maybe a stupid question for some, but here we go. I just recently return from sea side holidays. One of the problems that I had was checking photos "on spot" when most of the time it was sunny, with ...
I bought a Nikon D5100 a few days back, with the 18-55mm kit lens. For past few days it was working fine. But today when I clicked some photos, I noticed that the while viewing the photos on camera ...
With Canon 650D (and presumably all the other Canon), I noticed that the picture style and full JPG processing is used to generate a review JPEG which is what the camera actually reads when reviewing ...
I just got a brand spanking new Canon 60D with the Magic Lantern custom firmware, and I love it except for one thing: when you are looking at the images you have taken, and you press the zoom button, ...
I took this pic today with my new camera. The picture seems too dark. But if you look at the white board on the right hand side corner ,it seeems to be reflecting light . I was wondering is there a ...