When shooting into the sun it is possible to create an attractive, eye-catching “starburst” effect. The starburst effect results from pointing your lens at a bright source point of light, such as the sun or street lights at night. The effect renders a source point of light not as a bright dot, but rather as
I’ve often found myself in the field working in fast-changing lighting conditions. When a high shutter speed is necessary to capture moving subjects, constantly having to monitor and change my ISO slows me down, and sometimes means I miss capturing a special moment. In situations such as this, I switch my camera to Auto ISO.
You will find that foregrounds add considerable depth and interest to your photo compositions, helping to lead the viewer’s eye deeper into the scene.
Looking to get the best out of your fall photos? These easy tips will allow you to make autumn images just like the pros.
Street photography is the study of the human condition, relying heavily on making candid photos of people in public places.
Use of out-of-focus areas in your photos helps separate your subject from your background, and gives your photos a creative look.
The Puna de Atacama is a breathtaking desert scene, not known by many photographers. Centuries of volcanoes and erosion have created these surreal rock formations, ideal for landscape photography.