Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
The reality is that when we are underwater, we always deal with loss of light starting at very shallow depths.
How to improve your composition by studying the work of masters like Steve McCurry.
If you want to improve your nature photography one of the best ways to achieve this goal is to see what professional photographers are doing and then try to emulate them.
The bottom line to any great image is composition, and, how creative you are with your compositions will determine your ultimate photography success as you learn digital photography.
Product photography involves photographing a single product by itself with a plain background to remove any distractions and focus the viewer’s attention on the product.
Images of night scenes never fail to impress. Night-time images have great ambiance, something which is often absent in flat, bright, daylight photos.
Families are trending away from the chain photography studio shots and opting for more casual, documentary style photos. These photos can often show off your family’s personality and allow everyone to feel more at ease during the session.
One of the toughest things about being a photographer is going unnoticed with a camera when trying to get good candid shots. Most of the time when people see you with a camera, they tend to stiffen up, and the camera can make them nervous.
My results I call FRANKENFLASH. I made the ugliest most unprofessional looking ring flash adapter I have ever seen.
Not “Film vs Digital,” but “Film AND Digital.” That is Philosophy of Photographer Steve Maniscalco. He walks you through step by step how to shoot film and edit digital.
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