Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
There are fewer things as annoying in life as blurry photos, especially if you’re an amateur or professional photographer. Blurry photos destroy what could’ve been a wonderful viewing experience for your audience, and they also harm your reputation as a photographer.
Every landscape photographer has played the waiting game—when you forget about all personal comforts and safety in an attempt to capture the perfect photo with the perfect light. As you go out shooting more often and learn from your mistakes, certain necessities will become apparent, but they can be forgotten or overlooked in the beginning.
Taking photos of skiers and snowboarders in action can be a tricky endeavor. Being prepared to get the shots you want can make for a much more satisfying experience for both the athlete and the photographer.
Holidays are great times for getting pictures of family and friends. Everyone is together, and normally having a good time; it is people at their best.
Candid photography focuses on what the subject is naturally doing and not on what the subject must be doing. It is a photo similar to that of a stolen shot. Most images taken in candid photography are of people not looking directly at the camera.
Most photographers learn visually. Hacking Photography was designed with that in mind. The eBook is meant to be a 10 step crash course that has a big impact on your photos in a small amount of time. The guide aims to provide a launch pad for mastering DSLR photography without any confusing jargon.
The holidays are upon us, and I don’t know about you, but some of us scatterbrained artist-types are pretty last-minute shoppers.
Whether you’re an established photographer or a newcomer to the exciting field of photography, you need to incorporate clever strategies to promote your work. Marketing is an essential aspect of any successful business. Because photography is a very competitive field, you’ll need a clever angle and edge to succeed.
At some point every photographer who is interested in nature as their subject eventually wants to try their hand at capturing local wildlife. There are a few things that you will have to remember before you bring expensive gear out to a location so that you can have as successful a time that returns dozens of captivating photos.
Wilhelm has spent the last 10 years working for huge clients like ESPN’s X Games, Red Bull, Sports Illustrated, and the NCAA, so he’s had plenty of experience with action sports photography. He’s also spent a lot of time on snowy mountainsides, where the weather can change drastically—quickly.
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