#5: Keeping Your Camera and Sensor Clean
Camera maintenance is a critically important, and often overlooked, part of photography. Your camera is constantly exposed to different situations, weather, and circumstances, all of which can negatively impact your photographs down the line. Read about Keeping Your Camera and Sensor Clean to learn how best to protect yourself and your camera, and how to deal with the expected and unexpected hazards along the way.
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#2: Why Won't My Lens Focus?
#1: Aperture and the F/Stop Conundrum
The number one Informational Photography Post on Boost Your Photography was Aperture and the F/Stop Conundrum, the first in a series of four posts about aperture. The rest of the posts covered What an Aperture of F/1.8 Can Do for You, What an Aperture of F/22 Can Do for You, and the Middle Range Apertures: f/8 to f/11.
For a very long time, I found the language used around aperture to be very confusing: the bigger vs. smaller, wider vs. narrower, shallower vs. wider depth of field all served to deepen my confusion instead of my understanding. This series of posts sought to alleviate this confusion and explain the f/stop conundrum once and for all.
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