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:
Review: 11 Ways To Improve Your Photography
Featured authors from David duChemin’s Craft & Vision book series discuss methods of photography they wished they’d learned earlier. In this free ebook, learn how to make the most of lighting, composure, lenses, post image processing and more. This free ebook is a valuable resource for new and experienced photographers alike.
Take Better Travel Photos
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.
Review: Making Light by Piet Van den Eynde
A review of “Making Light An Introduction to Off-Camera Flash” by Piet Van den Eynde, published through Craft & Vision. A beginners guide to improving your flash photography using off camera flash. What photography equipment to buy (and why), how to set it up and some examples of the resulting images created with this technique. Target market reader is the beginner photographer who wants to learn more about flash photography technique.