The majority of the macro shots I create are made in late morning and early afternoon.
Flash is a great tool to use to control backgrounds when working with macro subjects.
Rules of good composition date back to the masters of the Renaissance.
A carefully chosen shutter speed does a lot more than provide a correct exposure.
In landscape photography, it’s essential to record all elements in focus.
The polarizer shines because of its versatility.
Flash is a very powerful tool that allows a photographer to extend his or her shooting time into midday hours.
There are many events for which a person should not be late: a wedding, job, school, and a plane flight are a few that come to mind.
Whenever I create a photograph, I place as much importance on the background as I do on my subject.
The word “photography” is made up of two parts; “photo” meaning light and “graphy” meaning to write.
Good photography necessitates learning about composition, lighting, exposure, cameras, lenses, flash, filters ……. the list goes on.
I’m a firm believer in exhausting all my photographic possibilities before leaving any subject.
Lines are an integral part of the composition of many images.
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