Taking photos of an empty road seems to me to be an easy one. The tough part in getting an open road, is to make sure there is no traffic on it. And that is why I tend to look for old dirt roads, or trail roads that have been created by truck enthusiast. But, this falls in to one of the big rules of … Continue reading HOW TO TAKE PHOTOS OF AN EMPTY ROAD :
PART 2 OF 51 OF: LEARN ALL 51 SUBJECTS OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Learning how to take beautiful landscapes takes practice, and patience, and learning how to “see” the landscape as a great piece of art. When I look at the photo above, I see a few things I have to think about when taking this photo and getting a beautiful photo like this: I have a … Continue reading Learn how to take beautiful Landscapes
Day Four: “Natural World” — Leading Lines A good photographer is a constant observer. Out in nature, we have opportunities to watch and study a scene, from big, sweeping changes — like the sky at dusk — to the tiniest details, like the subtle bends in bare branches in the Nevada desert: Today, capture the natural world: snap a moment outside, big or small. From … Continue reading DAY 4 OF 10: LEARNING TO ACTUALLY “SEE A PHOTO” OF THE WORLD YOU ARE IN.