Capturing lightning strikes sounds intimidating, but is actually relatively easy. With some camera adjustments and equipment additions, you can take stunning lightning photographs.
Looking to change up your approach to landscape photography? Wildlife & Nature photographer Dave Welling walks you through his approach to detail oriented landscape photography.
Weather conditions often prevent us from getting the photos we want. However, you can utilize unexpected changes and take advantage of new photo opportunities with different lighting.
Photographing animals in the wild can be difficult and stressful for both the animal and the photographer. Try taking pictures from specially set up photo blinds to get up close and personal with your subjects.
To improve your wildlife action photography, you don’t need to photograph only wildlife. Photographer Dave Welling suggests practicing on whatever subjects you have access to. For example, local sports teams can provide opportunities to improve your action photography skills.
Lighting conditions can be difficult in macro photography. Use these techniques to get the most out of your natural light to create stunning images.
Photo composition is a subjective decision, but there are some general guidelines that can help you. Wildlife photographer, Dave Welling, gives some tips on how to best align your photos to give them interesting dimension.
Looking for a way to change up your Landscape photography composition? Consider changing lenses (under certain conditions) for more interesting and detail-oriented photos.
When photographing small subjects like butterflies, you need to adjust your aperture settings for good macro images. Using the depth-of-field preview button will help you see what elements of the photo you are focusing on, so you can adjust your settings accordingly.
Often, photographers are tempted to focus only on grandiose and flashy landscapes. However, taking time to focus on intimate details can help you better portray the entire landscape.