In a sense feels like it would be simple enough for the most part.
You use the device in your hands to look at something and you press a button to capture the image you want.
That's the gist of it, but there's considerably more to it than that, especially if you want to take something that accurately represents your intentions.
For Project Educate, I'll be featuring some deviation tutorials on Photography that I like and hope that you yourself will find useful as a budding, seasoned or humbled expert photographer.
They will be broken down in the form of Technical
tutorials. Some will be focused on numbers and basic ideas to compose and make a quality photo and others will be focused on what you can do with those techniques to make advanced visual creations.
For the most part, these tutorials apply to anyone that owns a camera, whether it be your compact, point and shoot or a DSLR. TECHNICAL Tutorials
:thumb148650536: Shutter Speed - ISO Chart by thereal7
:thumb130149933: Basic Portrait Lighting Set Up by For-Certain
A Quick Guide To Composition by jsmonzani
Portrait Photography by photo-class
White Balance - Video Tutorial by Vlue
Understanding Depth of Field by PhotoClass
& In-AptCREATIVE Tutorials
Street Photography... (For The Purist) by cweeks
Panorama Tutorial Hugin by McRos
Multiplicity Photography Tut by Vlue
Long Exposure Light Painting by kil1k
How to Shoot Stock Tutorial by mjranum-stock