No matter how diligently we plan, regardless of how much effort we put forth, there are simply going to be times when the outcome of whatever we are involved with is going to be the exact opposite of what we wanted. When it comes to photography, however, there’s actually a practical answer to that. Yes, there’s a way to ensure that you get a good exposure every time. It’s called exposure bracketing.
If your looking for the best photography software of 2020, then this rundown will help you out. With so many options, here’s a photographer’s take.
To the surprise of no one, the topic of light is relatively common here on Light Stalking; search the archives and you can easily find plenty of useful advice about shooting during the golden hour, shooting only with ambient light, shooting at night, etc. What if someone among Light Stalking’s loyal readership wanted to know about night photography and street photography?
I don’t recall ever meeting anyone who claimed to not be fascinated to some degree by the night sky. There’s just something hypnotic about gazing upon objects that are billions of years old and light years away, yet so many people feel a rather close affinity with these distant bodies. Learning how to photograph the […]
Taking photographs in the golden hour will produce some of the best results in photography. This post covers shooting in golden hour from go to whoa.
Photography is popular. And anything that’s popular is subject to trends. In this way, photography is no different than fashion or music — trends embed themselves into the art form and influence how they are perceived by the general public. This, in turn, nudges clients to make certain requests when they hire a photographer or […]