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Hey, I’m David Molnar. I’m determined to help you become a
GREAT photographer. My only question is, will you let me help you?
You’ve heard the word. You might even know what it means. But when it comes to your actual camera, you might be a bit lost. By the end of this article, you’ll know how to change the aperture on your camera with confidence!read more
You may be surprised to learn that lens flare CAN be mastered entirely in-camera! Buckle up as I uncover the most important questions to ask yourself when seeking to get some golden lens flare goodness in your next photo.read more
We all love those gorgeous shots where the background is super blurry and the subject is incredibly crisp and in focus. The key to capturing photos like those may not be as complicated as you think!read more
The time has come. You’re ready to take AMAZING photos. What if I told you there are 3 important keys to doing just that, and I could help you get there?read more
Raw vs JPEG: A Simple Guide As a photographer, the question of shooting Raw vs. JPEG is common and can get confusing. We’re here to give you an easy-to-understand explanation of the two formats, so that you can determine which to use along your journey as a...read more
Are iPhone photos good enough quality to print? The answer might surprise you… My friends ask me all the time how large they can print their iPhone photos. I even have people asking me if I can print my iPhone landscape shots for them on a canvas. I have to beread more
In the days of film cameras, ISO related to film speed. Film had a different number on it, based on how sensitive it was to light. In a digital camera, it serves the same function, but instead refers to how sensitive your camera’s sensor will be to light.
Cameras have come a long way in recent years, and sensors are better at handling dark situations than they’ve ever been. But it’s still very important to understand how ISO works, and what effect changing it will have on your images.read more
Have you ever tried to explain a simple idea to a friend only to find yourself at a loss for words?
Exposure is a concept that does that to a lot of people.
From a technical standpoint, exposure is the amount of light your camera’s sensor captures when an image is taken.
The question of what is correct exposure, though, is less technical, and more of the opinion of the photographer. It’s based on the type of image you want to create. A correct exposure is not too bright and not too dark, and that will be dependent on the result you want, not on any technical definition.read more
Something is missing in your portraits and you know it!
Once I learned these formulas I was able to start charging money for my portraits and people started flying me around the world to photograph them. It could be the same for you!
The course will be launching in December to the public AND I’m so excited about it that I’ve decided to do something crazy!read more
You’ve taken your photos, and now you’ve got to do something with them. Your first step will be to get the digital photo files off the memory card inside your camera to your computer.
There are three* ways to do this, and they’ll depend on your camera, your computer and your comfort level with using different methods available to you.read more
David is a celebrity, music and advertising photographer, the author of iPhone Only Photography, husband, believer, and new daddy. His work has been seen on over 28 million Pepsi and Mountain Dew cans, in People Magazine, on American Idol, and in The New York Times.
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