This is a collection of photography infographics that help the newbies master the art and science of photography.
There’s a reason I’m sharing these photography infographics today. What happened is that I recently bought a DSLR. I wasn’t much of a photographer until now. I had to learn photography, and pretty quickly. What I did, I resorted to infographics because they help us learn things on fast track.
Within a few days, I’m taking exemplary shots. So I decided to share my favorite infographics with you.
These photography infographics include general info, tips and tricks, guides for using hidden features of SLR cameras as well as shooting professional grade pictures. There are many other things these infographics guide about.
Let’s begin with an infographic describing the evolution of camera and photography. After this, we will move on to infographics that help us master the art and science of photography. In the end, we will cover some photographer infographics, not photography infographics but photographer infographics.
The amazing tale starts from 500 BC and reaches 2050.
That 2050 thing wasn’t too much, was it?
If you’d like an example giga pixel shot, there’s a pretty cool London panorama on 360gigapixels.com
Photography Learning Infographics
A basic level learning guide for understanding all the basic DSLR camera functions.
This is a new info-graphic, was made only a couple of months ago. This info-graphic and the next one contain almost the same content but this one is designed for beginners while the next one is for pros.
Learn all about the manual. The mode which is the main difference between young ones and pros.
Knowing how much of the scene can you capture at each lens’ focal length; this is a conundrum every photographer has come up against at least once.
An infographic covering the three basic elements of exposure (Aperture/Iris, ISO/Gain and Shutter Speed) and the tradeoffs whenever adjusting any of these fundamental elements elements.
This infographic includes ten tips each for ten important aspects of photography.
54 Great ‘templates’ for portrait photography. They are not just inspiration, you can get the most stupid models (male or female) to pose intelligently. This photography cheat sheet works as a reference point as well.
This screenshot below is showing a few of the many poses in the cheat sheet.
Your digital SLR camera’s histogram works as a guide to help you better understand your exposure.
The infographic has broken down each abbreviation and icon from two very of the most popular brands in cameras, Nikon and Canon. It explains what those icons and abbreviations mean.
Have you had the role of becoming official wedding photographer and working in front of desperate friends and family members? Freaked out? Help is here!
This screenshot contains only a part of the complete 4 page cheat sheet. Don’t think that this is all there is.
Whatever you’re shooting, action photography can be tricky to achieve given the unpredictability of your subjects, little control over the lighting and trying to keep everything sharp.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could have quick preview with different filters and presets? Well, You can. Thanks to the smart objects there is a very simple way.
Depth of field, or ability to control which parts of your pictures are sharp, is one of the main advantages of owning an SLR camera.
Different uses and positions for a 5 in one reflector.
Understanding aperture can take some time for a beginning photographer, but hopefully we can speed this process up for you!
Photoshop’s Elements workspace provides you with a variety of tools to look at, edit, and organize your photos.
Once you learn how to take control of shutter speed, you will open yourself to many creative photography ideas.
Camera filters can be a bit of an enigma for many photographers, both new and experienced.
Adobe Lightroom is the most popular photography software on the planet. This cheat sheet makes its usage incredibly fast.
Portrait lighting does not need be so complicated. Whether you are in a professional studio or just shooting a model in your home studio, usually the simplest portrait lighting setups give out the most classic and dramatic effects.
This is another detailed infographic / cheatsheet for photographing in natural light.
How the light colors can effect the final photograph, learn it with color temperatures.
Knowing how to edit your portrait photographs can be quite difficult when it comes to cropping a picture. Cropping in an awkward position can end up ruining a perfectly good shot.
This infographic describes the difference between a raw photo and an optimized one.
Time for some infographics about you, the photographer.
This infographic is created by interviewing some of the leading photographers of the age.
This is a pretty fun infographic. Even though it does not include high-end professional tips but it has its own flavor. Quite useful for beginning photographers.