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 […]
What better way to celebrate and honour Earth Day than write about water photography? Over seventy percent of the earth is covered in this beautiful and crucial resource. Within us? Water is about 60% of our internal structure. Water surrounds us in oceans, rivers, streams, glaciers and vapors. With this vital resource – every day […]
Learning how to take pictures of mist and fog is a skill which can be developed with some practice and a little guidance. Improve your mist and fog images here with this fantastic guide! These techniques are for anyone willing to get up and out early and capture the fresh beauty of the outdoors.
Midday is one of the most difficult times to shoot for any photographer. The brutal truth is that cameras struggle with the extreme light and photographers struggle with making that harsh light result in a pleasing image. That being said, during your photography career, you are almost certainly going to find yourself in a situation […]
If it’s raining, photography lives on. Some great tips here to ensure you get the best from shooting outdoors in overcast (and/or wet) conditions. Sometimes bad weather creates opportunity for some highly creative shooting and when the storm has past, little gems can pop up when you least expect them too.