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.
Toddler pictures capture the heart of anyone viewing the photograph. They’re tiny, cute and adorable, so make sure you work with your subject. This simple photography tip will help you learn how to work with your baby for a better picture.
Taking better travel photos can be as simple as moving your subject away from the object and featuring them instead of the location. Use the location as a backdrop and focus on your subject.
Digital photography tip for getting better results when photographing people outdoors.