WHAT IS MANUAL MODE ON YOUR CAMERA MEAN?
Manual mode is pretty self-explanatory in that you have full control over all your camera settings and nothing is automatic. This mode gives you the most creative freedom, so it’s a mode many professional photographers use. However, it does mean you need to have a very clear understanding of your camera settings and how you can adjust them quickly. Read your manual and do plenty of research. Each time you go out on a shoot record what you have tried and experimented with on your camera. Before too long, you will start to capture creative print images. We love the acrylic print finish at Imagebank Australia and think you will love creating perspex artwork.
GO MANUAL AND CREATE PERSPEX ARTWORK
Make sure you get to know your camera’s manual settings at home before you head out on a shoot. This will make it so much easier when you’re ready to take your camera out and about. Getting to know your camera settings will take some time, but once you’ve done some experimenting and have tested out your automatic and manual modes, you’ll have loads more creative techniques at your fingertips. Plus, you will start to see some fantastic photos and start creating perspex artwork.
ACHIEVE GOOD EXPOSURE TO CREATE CRYSTAL CLEAR PERSPEX ARTWORK
Manual mode is one of the main settings on a camera, and it lets you manually control shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. These three settings work together to control how bright or dark your photo is (known as exposure), as well as change the overall look of the image. Create your own style of photography using manual mode. Break rules and push boundaries. Start by learning what aperture, shutter speed, and ISO are (the exposure triangle) and how they all worked together to achieve a good exposure.
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An example of Perspex Artwork at Perrin Clarke Photography