If you’ve ever struggled to get good travel photos in crowded locations this article will give you some tips and strategies to help. Choosing your camera angle, lens selection, angle of view and having patience are all things you can use to your advantage when traveling and doing photography in crowded tourist locations.
Wish you could get better travel photos, but feel frustrated when you get home and they don’t live up to your hopes? Me too believe it or not! In this article I give examples of some travel photography failures and tips on how to avoid it! See how both good and bad examples and why the unsuccessful ones failed. Learn some ways you can avoid travel photography failure for your next trip!
Discussion with photojournalist Jeff Harper: we cover everything from what’s in his bag, tips for photography that you can use, how to break into the business, what it’s really like doing the job of photojournalist on a daily basis, and some inspiring images and stories.
Tips and tricks on how to use your little 50mm lens as a macro and all you need will cost less than $20. Equipment needed, techniques and challenges and how to over come them are all included in this article as well as several example images.
Getting more WOW in your Photography Webinar replay – in this webinar Darlene covers three major factors that will help you get more wow! Through watching your background, simplifying, and doing something different she walks through before and after examples and provides practice exercises you can use to implement what you’ve learned right away. Stick around for the Q&A session at the end as well.
Interview: Keith Cuddeback and his Perfect HDR Workflow.
You will learn how HDR photography can improve your images. Learn exactly what simple software you need for Perfect HDR photography and what software to avoid. You will learn how to make HDR masterpieces in five minutes or less while eating a bowl of chocolate ice cream.