The last link today talks about how sometimes you get some really great shots when you don’t plan for them or think much about them – which is exactly what the above shot was for me.
Also, as a reminder – there’s a just a few more days left in March, so be sure to get your black and white photos submitted to the iffles.com monthly theme group on flickr! April’s theme is People – this one is going to be a challenge for me, actually!
- Steve Berardi over at PhotoNaturalist gave another reason to use a tripod (other than for sharp photos), and it’s something I’ve never really thought about, but is so true!
- I think I’ve mentioned a number of times around here that I haven’t ventured very far away from natural light, and honestly, I find the multitude of photography lighting resources to be a bit overwhelming, which is why I haven’t taken the time to sit down and try to sort through them all. But over at Epic Edits – they did! Check out these 20 resources that will get you lit.
- Speaking of lighting, Light Stalking posted these 7 basic things about flash photography.
- If you’re more like me and into the natural light of the outdoors, perhaps you might also be interested in these landscape photography resources that were posted on The Discerning Photographer this week.
- There seems to be a theme of light going on this week, because Ronan Palliser was talking about light and landscape photography – specifically on dealing with patchy light situations.
- Ronan also reminded us this week that sometimes, the best photos are the ones that require the least effort.
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