Photography for Beginners

This is my series of posts for beginning photographers who want to go from pointing and shooting to taking more control of their cameras and the images they create.


Part 1: It’s All About Light – The Exposure Triangle

Part 2: Auto Mode & Program Mode

Part 3: Shutter Priority Mode 

Part 4:  Aperture Priority Mode

Part 5:  Depth of Field

Part 6:  Manual Mode

Part 7: Focusing

Part 8: Focusing Continued

Part 9:  Exposure Metering

Part 10:  Focal Length

Part 11:  RAW vs. Jpeg

Shoot Like a Film Camera Game

Part 12:  Image Quality

Part 13:  Light, Time of Day, and Weather

Part 14:  Night Photography

Part 15:  Types of Night Photography

Some Night Photos

Part 16:  Learn From Your Photos

Part 17:  Glossary of Photography Jargon

Part 18:  Accessories

Part 19:  Accessories Continued

Part 20:  Buying a Tripod

Part 21:  Should You Buy a New Camera?

Part 22:  Upgrading Camera Body vs. Lens

Part 23:  Buying a Camera – Types of Cameras

Part 24:  Buying a Camera – Sensor Sizes

Part 25:  Buying a Camera – Features

Part 26:  Buying a Camera – The Shopping Process

Part 27:  Back Button Focus