News and Announcements

Dynax Digital Articles refreshed


January 20th, 2011 by fother

The Dynax Digital Articles section has had a facelift! After a bit of a false start 12 months ago, The Dynax Digital Articles section is now up and running. We’re looking for contributors, and we have a lot of ideas for articles, how-tos, video tutorials, personal stories, technical information and frequently asked questions. The Articles [...]


Equipment and Tech Talk

Moving beyond auto mode – part 2


January 21st, 2011 by fother

This is the second part in a two part series on the shooting mode options available on the mode dial. Part 1 discussed Semi-automatic or Priority modes Semi-automatic modes give you more creative control over the various elements of your photos than full auto, but without throwing you into full manual mode. Choose what factor you [...]


Moving beyond auto mode – part 1


January 19th, 2011 by fother

One of the more daunting aspects of starting with digital SLR photography is all the controls you’re responsible for, that on most point and shoot compact cameras are taken care of for you. That gives you much more control over the ways your photos appear, but it means you need to control them! A good [...]


Photo Projects and Ideas

Using a long lens for multi-shot panoramas


June 26th, 2012 by Clive

Shooting panoramas — special considerations Since Photoshop and other digital editing software made stitching photos easy, we’ve all had a few tries at making panoramas. We’d probably all make more, but showing them off on web pages does not work too well. They are great for large prints—I have a few around the house. Some [...]


The three “Ls” of photography: Light, light and light


March 9th, 2011 by Clive

Introduction This article is about natural light and outdoor photography. The purpose of this article is to: •    Understand some variables about light that will allow us to use them to our advantage. •    Watch for special situations when we get “killer” light and use them to our advantage. •    Take corrective action when light [...]


The Photographic Journey

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