Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In beach photography, light is not always your best friend. We are accustomed to seeing bright sunlight in beach photos. But remember that if there is white sand, it can cause a lot of glare and result in stark high contrast photos that do not capture the feel of the beach.
If you’re trying to improve your photography, then it helps to know where you’re going wrong. This article is all about pointing out where you’re going wrong and what you should be doing to fix it. It’s not easy taking consistently good photos, but once you’ve gotten the hang of it, it becomes incredibly rewarding.
I personally love working corporate events as they’re always different. There’s lots to learn from people speaking at events that others have paid thousands to see. It’s an easy relaxed gig and they pay is great if you’re going after the right clients. This rather long post is a complete definitive guide as to how to work a corporate event and get repeat business.
Now let’s say the flash is mounted to your camera and you’re shooting in landscape mode. The most unflattering shot to take in this instance is to point your flash head straight at the subject and fire off a shot.
This is a portrait of a person or thing, taken with bright back light, causing the subject to be rendered as a dark shape.
Are you aware that ISO speeds of different levels each have their very own pros and cons? If you do not know it already, there is no perfect ISO rating for whatever situation you may be in.
Is there such a thing as the perfect exposure? To get the perfect exposure, you will first need to identify the main subject of the picture you are taking.
In wildlife photography you must have a purpose and that is termed ‘situation-driven’ photography. Our purpose has now moved from subject-driven to situation or light-driven photography. We look for subjects in good light as our purpose is to get good photographs of any animal.
There are several key factors to consider when taking photos. Keep these in mind – these basics will become the foundation of your future in photography, even if you decide to turn the hobby into a profession once you improve your skills.
Interior design is a lot about form and you as the photographer needs to capture that. Be aware of every line in the interior and how you can use it.
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