Friday, May 3, 2013

Photo Tips | Wildlife and Adventure Photography Blog

Photo Tips | Wildlife and Adventure Photography Blog: "Over the weekend, my wife and I, went to visit some of our friends that live on a lake to celebrate my 30th birthday…yeah, it’s true…I am getting older.

While there we were messing around with time lapse photography of sunsets and lake pictures when we tried out some light painting.  (This is what you do when you take light…like a flashlight…and “paint” light onto your picture)"

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Charles Tran: 5 Ways to Save Money on a Wedding Photographer

Charles Tran: 5 Ways to Save Money on a Wedding Photographer: "For many couples, photography isn't an area where they want to skimp. After all, your pro photographer will be the person cataloguing the day that you want to remember for the rest of your life."

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Tulip Photography Tips

Tulip Photography Tips: "Tulips burst out of the ground in a rainbow of colours and their vibrancy and shape make them perfect photographic subjects. Now, we know not everyone has green fingers but just because your garden's lacking flowers isn't a good enough excuse for not trying this technique. Venture to your park, local gardens or, if you're like us who have a council who love flowers, you may even find them in barrels and planters at the side of the road and around your town just waiting to be photographed. If you do opt for the latter approach just watch out for the traffic and don't risk your life running onto the grass in the middle of a road just because it has some particularly nice tulips on it!"

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Road Trip! 19 Remarkable ‘Road’ Images

Road Trip! 19 Remarkable ‘Road’ Images: "Roads… they’re all around us but I’ve never really considered them to be in my most photogenic subjects list. But maybe I need to rethink that!"

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Portraits on an Overcast Day? Use a Reflector

Portraits on an Overcast Day? Use a Reflector: "As we head into Autumn here in Australia the days are becoming shorter and we’re seeing more and more overcast days. While some might say the weather is poor – this is one of my favourite times to shoot portraits out doors."

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