Category: Tutorials – seasons
Summer is very quickly coming upon us. If you find yourself hanging out in the sun and snapping a few shots this summer, here are some tips on how to take excellent pictures in bright sunlight.
Photographing in less than ideal weather conditions can be a real challenge. However, if you’re up to it, you can achieve emotional and beautiful images even in unfavourable circumstances.
Shelton Muller helps us make the most of our summer photo opportunities with these handy hints.
Just because summer has ended, donâ€™t think that the fun has too! Not at all! It has just begun! Autumn is a great time of year to keep your camera handy and here a few ideas to keep you out and shooting to your heartâ€™s content!
â€œDown by the seasideâ€ â€“ words that by their very combination make you feel relaxed. However, for the avid photographer, there is little time to relax because the ocean, the beach and all that is nearby can cause the photographer quite some anxiety just trying to get it all in!
The seaside is more than just a place to photograph sunsets and seascapes. It is a great location for photographing people, colours, textures, sports, boats and much much more.
For many, winter is a time for putting the camera away. If the sun doesn’t shine, there’s no use taking pictures, right? Wrong! Winter has a light and a mood all its own, and can provide a setting for some of the best photographs you’ll take all year. Following are some ideas for how you can make the most of your winter. No more winter blues.
The new Nikon D80 is a high-performance digital SLR camera that integrates Nikon’s latest digital photographic technologies with features designed to satisfy any photographer yearning to create beautiful images and preserve special moments, according to Nikon.