Archive for December 2010
29 Dec, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
-- Top 25 photographer portfolios. We all often browse through portfolio websites of other freelancers or businesses for inspiration and ideas that can be used and reflected in our own work.
SOURCE: Katy Cowen
22 Dec, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
TOURING WITH A GROUP -- John Holmes:
“If you do a little research about how to take great pictures, you will find many references which make great claims on the values of using a tripod, of taking the picture during the optimum time, like during the golden hours, or when the sun angle is just right, of having a pro camera, etc. These are all very good recommendations if you are a professional and/or have all of the time and money necessary, but I usually don’t; so I am going to share some of what I have learned while traveling with groups.
SOURCE: John E. Holmes
15 Dec, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
BETTER TRAVEL PICTURE
-- No one wants to come back from a holiday and be disappointed by a camera full of photos that don’t really capture the memories and moments to their full potential.
SOURCE: Brooke Schoenman
-- James: “One of my passions is photography and I frequently get questions related to how to take beautiful pictures while traveling and what equipment to bring. So, without much ado, here are some of my top travel photography pointers” SOURCE: James Lau http://www.tripatlas.com/guides/Photography/1745/Essential_Travel_Photography_Tips
PHOTO: James Lau
GETTING INTO THE PHOTOGRAPHER MENTALITY
-- Our travel photography is one of our most precious records, souvenirs, and memories of our experiences abroad. But in many occasions, they fail to deliver the beauty, experience, and reason behind the captured moment. If you’ve wondered why your pictures aren’t as stunning as you expected
, here are some basic tips. SOURCE: by Norbert
01 Dec, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes
—Tips for Taking Pictures of the People You Meet. You can make your travel photography very special when you take pictures of the people you meet as well as your family and friends. Follow these tips to capture and experience more of the atmosphere and unique qualities of the places you visit by shooting portrait photos of the people who live there. Remember, it’s important to respect other people’s privacy and lifestyles, and to ask for their permission before photographing them.
-- Lane Davis: “I’ve been asked a good bit over this year lots of questions revolving around how I travel and what gear I take and so on. I figured it might be helpful to put a lot of those questions into a blog form for others who may be wondering.”