Basic Photography – Using The Rule Of Thirds
November 22, 2018
Sure, you can zoom in on the image preview on most any digital camera these days and check on these items that are hard to make out on the small preview. That is if you had the time. But if you are shooting a wedding you don’t have time to zoom in on every preview or even to glance at every preview between shots. If you did, you may miss a very important shot that happens in only a split second.
A single bare light bulb will create a hard light directly on your subject. At the same time, it creates a soft light by bouncing off the walls, floor and ceiling. The lighter those areas are, the more soft light will be created. If one of the walls was white and the others dark, then most of the soft light would come from the direction of the white wall.
The best thing a bride can do to make my job easier is to trust me. As long as I have the trust and respect of the bride and groom, most wedding days go off without a hitch! I don’t need much time during the wedding but the little bit of time I need is best organized by letting the families know about being available for photographs at a certain point throughout the day. As long as there is time set aside for that, everything will be a breeze!
This not only teaches you the value of self-confidence but also helps you boost your self-esteem. In addition, it makes your ex live with the outcomes of their decision to break up with you. They should feel the complete effect of not having you in their life anymore. Frequently, this alone can be sufficient enough to make your ex realize that their life is not better without you in it.
A fine lens for landscape photography is the 50 mm lens that comes as standard equipment on many SLR cameras. But if you are seriously interested in photographing landscapes, a good lens to have would be a wide-angle lens.
There has to be a reason why you are shooting the image. Fun, pleasure, recording an event or capturing the emotion of a moment. There is always a reason even if the photographer won’t admit it. There may be times that you just point and shoot without much thought other than, heh I am going to take a photo. But most times you will need to answer this question. The answer to each question will require you to make a decision regarding composition, lighting, exposure or framing. How close you need to get or the angle from which you need to shoot. Be true to yourself and answer this question properly.
Also, where you place the camera is important. If you are near the window, facing into the room, then your main light will be blue and the background of your subject will be yellow. If you are further into the room, facing the window, then the opposite will be true. Given that you, or your camera will adjust the colour to make the person look right, you are more likely to be aware of the background colour in the final shot. One thing that seldom looks good is when the window is at 90 degrees to the camera, one side of your subject will be blue and the other will be yellow and there is no way to compensate for that.