Do you have a digital photography question for the one and only Photo TipMan?
I love to get reader feedback about what's on their mind, what they like to shoot, and questions they might have.
I recently polled photography students in a class I was teaching called Basic Digital Photography and was surprised that the biggest request for help was with camera settings.
So go ahead! What are you waiting for? You can even ask your question anonymously if you want.
Do you have a question about digital photography? Ask me. If you want to include a photo for explanation or for critique, you can do that too.
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half part of the picture was black
when take photos at f/5.6 and shutter speed 300 and iso is 100 the picture was half part is blak. I don't know why this is happen please help me. …
Camera Equipment - Travel Zoom Lens
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where to locate high speed flash synchronizing option in Nikon D7100 camera. please give me your suggestion. thanking you sir, I'm a Canon guy, …
Cheryl Not rated yet
I have a Nikon D3000 Camera, and have been experimenting with photo shoots but I have yet to take a decent night picture What kind of aperature etc would …
Okay, I admit it. I was one of the worst at asking questions about photography.
Maybe it's a guy thing, like refusing to ask for driving directions when you're lost.
I've gotten better as I've gotten older. After all, you can always learn from another person. The best questions are the ones that are asked. The only stupid questions are the ones youdon't ask
Many of us are guilty of being a little timid of asking questions when we need help.
So ask away! If I don't know the answer-and I certainly admit I don't know it all- then I can point you in another direction to get your digital photography question answered.
In any case......
Shoot more photos.
Watch less TV.