With school sports starting right around the corner (if not already), it’s time to start mastering the art of action photography. Even if you don’t have children, it’s a great skill for any photographer to possess. However, getting the ideal shot can be difficult. When your subject is in motion, you have to be quick to capture the moment - but don't forget, technique is everything.
Long exposure is one of the most intriguing shooting methods. It captures the ferocious beauty of a waterfall, the serene nature of a calm ocean, or the glittery excitement of a nightlife scene. Finding the ideal long exposure shot isn’t only about the perfect scene. Great images require time so understanding your camera settings before heading out is a key piece of the process. Here are 5 pieces of advice you can use for your long exposure photography.
Whether you’re getting married next year or its been 20 years since your big day, the images captured on your wedding day are ones you'll cherish last forever. Most hire professional photographers, but it's not a bad idea to give friends and family some advice for regular snapshots. With better direction, they are more likely to capture those unforgettable moments.