Today's Useful photography tip is for every photographer that wants to get more into black and white photography, is into it, and that wants to understand how light and color can affect a scene. The opening photo of this post was done in black and white.
Photography is the bastard art. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is that everyone owns a smartphone and many of those people are under the mistaken impression that they are “excellent” photographers.
I want to share with you a couple of my light painting photos. I'm an amateur photographer and I love to take pictures of small items and toys. Recently, I'm trying to photograph a living model - my patient girlfriend.
This has been driven by a fantastic twelve months of innovation and is a critical milestone for an industry that was on its knees a short decade ago. It is also a great opportunity for the community to celebrate! Here at Analogue Wonderland we have been thoroughly enjoying the celebrations.
I never thought I would be running around with a net desperately trying to capture butterflies and dragonflies. But that was exactly what I was doing two summers ago at the local golf course. Living north of San Francisco I am surrounded by natural beauty with flowing waterfalls, giant redwoods, and luscious green hillsides.
There are some excellent Nikon camera deals for the holidays right now. The D3500 with two lenses is just $496. 95!! The D5600 is a steal for just $696. 95!! The D7500 with the 18-300mm lens can be yours for $1,776.
Macro photography is something I enjoy doing in my free time. I have been working as a children photographer for almost 10 years and I love it.
I have always loved capturing the beauty of nature, especially in the small things.