Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
If I am photographing a group or family of 5 or more I always make sure that I am at F8 at the very least, F9 or F10 would be even better. Why is this? Well, because you want all of their faces to be "sharp" of course.
While many of the improvements are best suited to, and for the benefit of, hard-core designers, overall I think advanced users can find a speedier workflow and improved finished photo edit quality.
Paparazzi have, rightly, earned themselves their notorious reputation from the intrusive and aggressive tactics they employ to get a shot. It seems, sometimes, that there is no barrier as to what is acceptable behavior for a Paparazzi to adhere to. In this video a reporter from Vice decides to turn the tables and hunt the hunters.
Photographing water is no easy task, it’s hard to control, can be complicated to light, and, in Atlanta based photographer, Alex Koloskovs case, tends to be a little bit messy. But, don’t let that dismay you from giving it try.
Really, when you are taking a picture what are you trying to communicate? Sometimes you are just trying to record events. “This is me standing in front of the Eiffel Tower.” “Here we are at Niagara Falls.” Other times it is the beauty of nature or a person that you are attempting to show.
Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit recently captured these stunning long exposures during his current mission on the International Space Station (ISS).
In the beginning, as you adjust to working with macro photography, set your scene up in a spot where you won't have to worry about interruptions. As you get more comfortable working with macro photography, move into other lighting situations and work on keeping the subject lit well, while improving your composition.
How can you make water skiing cooler? Simple, trade in your pair of skis for an aircraft and use it to glide across the water. That's what aviation photographer, Justin de Reuck, recently did.
Great images require repeat attempts - sometimes over the course of years. Your first image of a particular place or subject will rarely be your best, but with some planning and the right approach you can shorten that path to perfection. The secret of a great photograph is knowing what it will look like before you press the shutter.
Composite photography is the art of taking multiple photographs and layering elements of them together, creating a unique digital image. The art not only takes a lot of time spent shooting on location, it also requires quite a bit of time spent in photoshop, crafting the images together.
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