December 6, 2009
f/4.5, 1/125 sec, 18mm, ISO400
This sunset photo isn’t quite as inspiration as the bunch you’ll find in one of the links below.
- To be perfectly honest, I sometimes find twitter overwhelming – and I don’t follow nearly as many people as I know some of you do – but if you’re looking for even more photographers to follow, check out this list of 50+ photographers on twitter you should follow. And, if course, if you’re not following me and want to (to be hoenst, though, I rarely say much…), I’m at @ifflesphoto.
- Sunsets rank right up there on my list of favorite photography subjects – both for capturing and viewing. If you feel the same, check out this list of 52 dazzling examples of sunset photography.
- Another subject I love are trees. While they might not be as obvious of a subject as sunsets, they still make amazing subjects. Here are some tips for incorporating trees into your photos.
- Now that it’s turning into winter around here, I’m always looking for more helpful tips for shooting in the snow.
- And, since the new year will be starting in less than a month (eek!), it’s also that time of year to start thinking about what photography projects I’ll take on next year. Here’s a a list to help you start brainstorming your project ideas.
- I don’t have a macro lens, and I’ve heard all about people doing the “reverse lens” trick to get macro photos, but the one time I tried it, I ended up with rubbish. Apparently, I was doing everything wrong. This tutorial helped me figure out what I really need to do.
- I never would have guessed that Ronan Palliser used a lens cap to get this night-time shot. It’s an interesting solution I never would have thought of, and if I had, wouldn’t have thought it would work that well.
- You know how a perfectly good photo can be ruined sometimes by something in your background? Check out this tips for better backgrounds.
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