Review of new ebook Exposure for Outdoor Photography by Michael Frye, a Craft and Vision publication. This book is for anyone that wants a better grasp on shooting in Manual mode and understanding all the controls and how to use them. He goes over how to get the best exposure for the scene using different options and choosing the best for each situation.
Many photographers prefer to stay indoors on cold, rainy, or overcast days, but bad weather often provides a host of opportunities for taking great pictures that simply aren’t available when the weather is nice. For example, some of my favorite images were captured on soggy days when the colors of autumn virtually burst right out of the scene! That being said, it is critically important to protect your camera gear, and yourself, from less than optimal weather conditions. Here are a few tips:
If you love doing HDR photography but you can’t always use a tripod, here are 10 tips to help you do hand held HDR without a tripod. Use them to increase your success rate and get great images.
I’m often asked what I use for camera equipment and software to create my images, so I’ve finally compiled a list of some of the things I use most often and what I recommend. I will be expanding on each of these in more detail at some point (need more hours in the day) so…
Every year the Bissell center of Edmonton serves a New Years meal to the inner city homeless and low income persons. I have participated in the days events for over 20 years and this year I was asked to photograph it. I hope that my images of the event will help others understand what they provide and how they help the people who need it the most.