Top Canadian Photographer and Photo Coach Michael Willems shares his secrets, with a new post every day.
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Today, some shots to get your imagination going – shots that show how much is possible with little effort, and quickly. Shots I took in and between classes in mere seconds, to demonstrate specific points. Like this quick demonstration shot … Continue reading
Here’s a snap of my friend and student Ray, taken Saturday night: As you can see, he is backlit – and I used whatever light was available. This means that to avoid the usual “silhouette”, I needed to expose very … Continue reading
When you are using “auto ISO”, meaning the camera sets ISO for you, be careful. In this mode, the camera will raise ISO and lower it – but it will get it wrong in some situations. Low light. The camera … Continue reading
Well, you do not always have to use additional lighting, of course. Remember that image yesterday? That was shot in the dark – yes, in a room where I had turned the lights down to almost zero visibility. Just to … Continue reading