Part 2: Tips for Better Results When Shooting in Low light Conditions:

As mentioned yesterday on my blog, we would spend this week talking about shooting in low light. Yesterday, we did the fun one first: taking good photos of Sunsets! Everyone thinks that one is easy to do, but, once you read through that, you will realize it needs a lot of learning and practice toContinue reading “Part 2: Tips for Better Results When Shooting in Low light Conditions:”

THIS WEEK: Low light photography and other related subjects:

TODAY’S SUBJECT: HOW TO DO GREAT SUNSET PHOTOS: In case you haven’t noticed, I have been trying to stay on a central theme all week, so you can learn all the “nitty gritty” of a particular subject. With this idea, you can learn all aspects of certain subjects. Today’s subject was found from Picture/Correct, andContinue reading “THIS WEEK: Low light photography and other related subjects:”

HOW TO MAKE YOUR MACRO OR FLOWER PHOTOS TACK SHARP!

Macro photography is a very interesting subject for photographers. People love to shoot small objects like insects, flowers, waterdrops, etc. With macro photography, a photographer can show the tiniest details about the subject – details that are not possible to see with the naked eye. Today, let’s find out how to amaze viewers by takingContinue reading “HOW TO MAKE YOUR MACRO OR FLOWER PHOTOS TACK SHARP!”