Tips

Night Photography

Don’t hesitate to go out and try night photography. With digital photography this is easier than ever. Experiment with long exposures and high ISO values. Different white balance settings can have a very interesting effect at night as well.

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Look Space

When photographing a person that’s looking to the left or right, leave more room in front of their face than behind their head. This keeps the viewer’s eye in the frame. The same applies to moving objects like cars […]

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Bracketing

Bracket your photos. What does that mean? Take at least three exposures of each shot, one as your meter tells you and two others, 1 f-stop underexposed and 1 f-stop overexposed.  Many cameras have a setting that will do […]

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