Sometimes you come home with what you thought was a great shot, just to find out that it is way underexposed and without any better exposures of that composition. But, how can you save the underexposed photo in Lightroom? Of course, first of all, it would be better to get the exposure right on location, lesson learned, right.
But if you haven’t got the possibility to get to this location again anytime soon, it would be good if you could save the underexposed photo and still get a great looking photo out of it.
One thing that I love to see in a photograph is movement. Movement makes a photograph come alive, but is also one of the hardest things to portray. Newer photographers have a lot to deal with, settings wise, and might not know how to tell the models to move, and newer models have it stuck in their heads not to move a muscle or the photographer won’t be able to capture the image.
But not to worry, these tips are so easy, your subjects will be swirling around you in no time!
Want to venture into the great outdoors with your camera to catch stunning shots of wildlife?
Turning your pictures from amateur shots of birds into professional quality images of the animals is tricky. Wildlife photography is one of the hardest to master. Your subject isn’t usually a willing participant and more often than not you’ll find them trying to make a great escape from your camera lens.
To help, we have put together some tips on getting the right shot and a handy infographic on all the gear you’ll need.
What do you think is the one thing that people treasure the most after they have cut their birthday cake, completed a wedding ceremony, or had their first baby?
Well, for most photographers, the answer is rather simple. These are the photographs taken by our fancy gadgets capturing those precious shots so that they remain a part of our clients’ lives forever. Would it not be amazing then, if you could make these photos even more compelling?