Camping and rustic cabin life without power can be incredibly relaxing. Making sure you have the right supplies and made proper preparations can make or break your photos. Here’s what I do every time:
Winter is incredibly beautiful when captured in the right moment. Slush and snow kicked up by snowplows probably a little less than a majestic view of a great lake. My point is that timing can be everything – and when the weather is cold – how do you make sure you photography doesn’t suffer because you feel like a human icicle? Here’s what I do:
Have you ever scrolled through your camera roll and thought to yourself: there’s a lot here! I know I tend to do that after setting off to take pictures, or when I need memory card space for another project. How do you weed through it all?
Do you ever take a ton of photos to post to your social media or remember a vacation and when it comes time to review or post you can’t seem to find a photo that captures what you remember? Here are my 5 quick tips to take a better picture every time!
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Have you ever tried taking a photo on a foggy day? It’s harder than it seems, but the result, if you can get it in focus with contrast can be eerily mesmerizing.
I tried taking some fog photos this past weekend. Here’s what I found during my trial and error – so you can learn from my mistakes.