There is a plenty of photography tools published on the web. These tools can be widely used for planning trip, for understanding how your camera is working, for post-processing of your images and so on. In this article I will provide you links to calculators which can be helpful on topics mentioned above. All of them come from Cambridge In Colour web site.
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There are several occasions for which it is not good idea carrying big & heavy DLSR and taking shoots with mobile device take out from your pocket does not bring desired quality. In that case, your bridge camera (compact) could be suitable solution. If you have newest model, you are lucky because probable your device has built-in features as
- storing images in RAW, bracketing,
- full manual control over exposure,
- zebra mode,
- live mode,
- histogram and grids.
If you have older one device with brand of Canon like me (Canon Powershot S5IS), don’t despair of it – and try CHDK firmware enhancement in advance. Also, in case of my device, I will also benefit from one additional f-stop (from f8 to f11) and extra long exposures with up to ~2000 s. It is a simple, trust me 🙂 and take approximately half hour to working. It sounds good, is not?