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Dalsgaard’s Mini Corner

  1. Camera Settings: Aperture

    Aperture is the opening within a lense, that allows light to hit the camera’s sensor. The size of the aperture is expressed in f-numbers (called f-stops), with lower numbers being larger apertures. In combination with ISO and shutter speed, aperture size is one of the most important settings when photographing miniatures.

    A large aperture opening (low f-stop) allows more light to hit the camera sensor, while a small aperture opening (high f-stop) allows less light to hit the sensor. ...
  2. Camera Settings: ISO

    For completions sake I thought I would post the text about ISO, that I already added to the Wiki (plus pictures).

    ISO is the level of sensitivity of your camera to available light. The higher the ISO number the more sensitive the camera is to light, but higher light sensitivity also increases image grain/noise. In combination with aperture and shutter speed, ISO is one of the most important settings when photographing miniatures.

    On most digital cameras the lowest ISO number ...

    Updated 13-02-2014 at 02:23 PM by S_Dalsgaard

  3. First post

    I decided it was time to make a WAMP blog to have a place to put some of my ramblings, that don’t really fit in my WIP thread, such as.. well, I am not quite sure yet.

    I guess the first couple of posts will be some tips on miniature photography, which will also go into the Minipainting Wiki, but by also posting them here, you will have a chance to comment and ask questions or suggest changes/clarifications.

    I am in no way a professional photographer, but I ...