This Saturday, 12 April, 10AM in Oakville I present “Travel Photography”. A three-hour workshop about, um, travel photography. Go to www.cameratraining.ca/Booking.html to book: seating is strictly limited: no more than five people. This is your chance to learn how I do it, and to immediately improve your photography. What to bring? Composition tips. People tips. Technical requirements. Lens choices. Storytelling tips. All this and more!
Here’s Fremont Street, Las vegas; January 2014
Night shots mean that you either carry a tripod, which you probably will not, or you:
- Expose carefully and know how you are doing it. Night is not always dark!
- Carefully handle the differences between light and dark, which can be extreme.
- Use wider angles if you want to keep things simple (you will learn why).
- Stabilize yourself (I will teach you some techniques).
- Choose an appropriate ISO value.
All these are simple things once you know how, and night shots are often essential to really capture a place. Do not put your camera away when the sun disappears!