Digital photography can be brought to its full potential once you have the correct methods, the appropriate moment and the perfect
Experts in digital photography have come to recognize that the digital camera is only one element you need to have great pictures.
Have you ever seen photos that seem to blurry and indistinguishable? Even if you attempt and salvage them using Photoshop or any other software, you can’t change lousy
Below are some of the natural sources of
Known as “the golden hour”, the warm orange color that appears in the sky during these occasions provides the colors and dimension that simply makes your subjects pop. The color of the surroundings can add mood and feel to the photos.
Sunlight is our biggest light source on earth, and depending on the weather, it can change from a sharp, edgy hard light or a pleasing, soft, diffused light.
By changing your position relative to the sun, and placing subjects in a shade or out in the open, your
– Pools of Light
Finding a clustered pool of light, or a stream of light in a dark area adds a dramatic element in any photograph. Think of how a subject is illuminated by spot lights in a theater stage and how that form of
Shooting digital photos is not only about having the most sophisticated digital camera. It is also about searching for