Probably one of the most common questions we get at Light Stalking is how to photograph lightning and get those spectacular shots you see in magazines. But to photograph lightning can be a damn tricky thing to do! Even so, as the shots below show, good preparation and knowledge of shooting lightning bolts properly can […]
Photographing fireworks captures bright, sparkly lights that last oh-so-briefly. In the next few days, evening sounds will include popping and booms from fireworks from holiday weekend events. The sky? The dark sky serves as a velvety backdrop for the big lights dancing in the night. When photographing fireworks, all you need is a few tips […]
Light painting night landscape with a drone lets the photographer portray their creativity on a scene to add meaning, story, and concept to an image. So here is how to light paint landscapes at night using a drone.
We all love the beach, but getting a decent photograph from your beach excursion can be a little tricky. Here are a few quick beach photography tips that should help you improve your results. Visiting the beach can be one of many reasons – for a sun bath, a slow walk to get some air, […]
Hyperfocal distance, much like the “Sunny 16 Rule,” is one of those things that has arguably lost some relevance in the age of digital photography; the sophisticated metering and auto focusing systems built into digital cameras have helped make life a little easier in some ways. But there are times when some automated feature of […]
I don’t know about you, but on days when fog or mist dominate the atmosphere I feel similarly overcome by sluggishness. Staring out the window into the haze, I figure I’ll just take it easy while I wait for conditions to clear up. Until I look up, that is. I look up at the surrounding […]