A Starters Guide for Architecture Photography

Use the light to compose an artistic image Be touchy to the bearing of light as this can build difference, shadows, surfaces and reflections. Large amounts of difference can trick cams into uncovering the scene inaccurately, however shooters can without much of a stretch conquer this by applying introduction remuneration. An alternate trap is to section shots at distinctive presentation qualities (uncovering one for the highlights, one for the midtones and one for the shadows) and later union them in a devoted HDR project, (for example, Photomatix). Choose the right lens to capture an architectonic scene The perfect lens for architecture photography is a fish eye or wide-edge one (and central length), as it empowers photographic artists to casing the whole building inside its surroundings. However in some cases your glass will most likely be unable to envelop the entire scene, which is why you’ll need to build up a panorama. … Read more…

Advanced Night Cityscape Photography Tips and Examples

My dear reader, I believe this article has surpassed my record in terms of how many examples I have for you. More than plenty. I should actually count them… there are about 90 images! Enjoy them and, most of all, learn from them! Night photography in the city is not as difficult as it might seem. In fact, there are a few myths I want to destroy right here, right now. But first, you need to know one thing will be forever true: you DO need a tripod for night photography. Even if the exposure time is not as long as you thought, it’s still longer than the by day and it does cause camera shake. Destruction of Myth Nr.#1: City by Night kind of photography DOES NOT require a long exposure time! The truth about night photography in the city is this: the longer the exposure, the more overexposed … Read more…

Do’s and Don’ts – Photography in Public Places

There are several reasons why photographers (not necessary professionals) go around town to take photographs in public places: they want to photograph an interesting building (architecture photography) they want to photograph in the botanical garden or local museum they want to photograph life on the streets (street photography) they want to photograph an interesting event occurring in a public place (photojournalism) they want to photograph a model in a public place background (portrait photography) What is wrong with these reasons? Well, nothing… mostly. But some countries and states have regulations that will prohibit taking photos in certain places. Some rules will state that you cannot shoot any picture at all, while other rules will only state that you are not allowed to use your photography for commercial purposes. Why is it important for you to know if you are allowed to take your photo? – Because if you don’t know, … Read more…

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