For most of us, taking photos involves simply pulling our phones out of our pockets and snapping away at what ever interesting thing we’ve found. Cameras on phones have gotten so good they rival the quality of many cameras, so it may seem pointless to shell out hundreds of dollars for a real camera. I
Take a close look at the photo to the left. This is a photo of a beautiful butterfly that I took on a road trip when I first got my camera. I didn’t realize then all the features of my Powershot, and I made one tiny mistake. I forgot to switch it to micro mode.
In the next few months, I’m looking forward to bringing you a section on how to use the “manual” settings on your Powershot SX530 HS. If you’re anything like me, this mysterious setting on the camera is a murky subject at best. Even though I bought this camera specifically because of the manual settings, it
One of my favorite features of this camera is the ability to take a rapid succession of photos. My old camera couldn’t take photos quickly, and all the photos were blurred. With the Powershot SX530 HS, I still struggle with action shots that are extremely close up and also in dim light. I suspect this
Most of the time we know what we want when we press the trigger on our cameras, but sometimes a little fun can give us the sparkle we never knew we wanted. When you switch to the multi page button on your camera and hold down the photo button, it will take several photos in
If you’re not yelling the lyrics to the Zenon, girl of the 21st century movie already; I have embed the grainy, old school video so you can get it stuck in your head at your convenience. Seriously. That was an awesome movie. Anyways, you probably aren’t here to be reliving a tweenies movie from the
Through the life and death of my last several blogs, I have used an array of different cameras. I have used everything from the cameras on my phone, to the go pro, the coolpix L110 and even the modest coolpix l22. I have loved them all in their own little way, but if I were