Posts Tagged ‘macro mode’


In photographic terms, “macro” means the optical ability to produce a 1:1 or higher magnification of an object on the sensor. For instance if you photograph a aquarium shrimp with an actual size of 21.6 mm so that it fills the 35mm sensor (43.3mm diagonal), the shrimp gets magnified with a ratio of 43.3 to […]

Lesson 10: Automatic modes

So now you have your digital camera in your hands and you are about to take the first shots. Most beginners in this situation will put the camera into full auto mode, or into one of the auto mode presets. In this lesson we will talk about these modes so you can know their advantages […]