ahh... man, drop the Sir ! This aint no military forum or a corporate get together !Thanks sir for helping me,
I saw few videos regarding bokeh and what it is etc etc.... got some help from that....but can you please tell me the link/video where the concept of Exposure Triangle and the DoF explained in detail ... and sorry for asking these stupid questions.... hope you don't mind sir.
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Regards Exposure Triangle. Must. Extremely important and imminent prerequisite for using a pro camera like a DSLR.
DSLR and the likes are extremely powerful when used in manual mode. The other mode options are for quick getaways. If one wants fine control over the image, manual is the way to go.
It is tricky in the starting and results will not come out good or as per your taste. So the manual mode gets a lil daunting and hence thwarts one to use the manual mode the next time when one starts to shoot.
But practice and patience and keep reading and experimenting and believe me, soon you shall be comfortable enough to never go back to preset modes in the camera.
Start about Exposure Triangle here ---
DoF -- Simply put, it is how much of the scene is in focus. Depends on a lot of factors. One of the most irritating and troublesome and irking aspects which anyone does not realize is " out of focus images ! "
They are bad. And hence should never be shared.
Once a photo is out of focus, the only thing it is good for is - Delete ! No amount of post processing can save it.
Many landscape shots and many portrait shots are ruined forever just because of focus issues. And when we use cameras with big sensors like the DSLRs and fast lenses, its very easy to get a shot get spoiled. Hence again DoF knowledge is inherent if we want to control the amount of focus or to get into some creative work !
Start here --
Happy learning. Happy shooting