Last time I mentioned about using fog in photos. I needed a month to make this micro-tutorial about light. Photographers should know that you should get the “best looking” pictures in a one hour window after sunrise or before sunset. This should give a huge contrast between the shadows and lit areas. But the one hour… Continue reading Using natural light for high contrast images
Those of you who have seen photos taken in the fog know that they can create great atmosphere. While “using” fog as an element of your picture you should keep in mind you have to deal with fog’s depth of visibility and your camera’s depth of field. The tricky part is that fog’s maximum visibility… Continue reading “Using” fog in photography
I’m amazed by the Sony a57 automated HDR function. The camera takes 3 shots up to +/- 6 EV and glue them together to create one picture in High Density Range.