Monthly Archives: February 2019

How Do You Make The Most Of Your Wedding Photography Investment?

Doesn’t it feel wonderful to see rain after a whole hot and stuffy afternoon? It just cool you down and it is also kind of cool when you can show your friend some pictures of rain drops splashing on the ground.

When looking for a portrait photographer make sure you ask to see their portfolio. What is a portfolio? It is a book that contains different photos they have taken for clients. It shows different styles, scenes, lighting so you get an idea of what they can do for you.

You build your tone through your photography. For example dark tones use harsh shadows to portray a sad or empty mood. However, light and smooth textures convey open and spacy feelings.

As you might expect, the direction of a hard light source is much more critical than that of a soft one. In fact, changing the angle between your subject and the light source can totally transform the way it looks. If your subject has a rich texture, that can totally disappear when the light is square on to it. The more oblique the angle, the deeper the texture will appear.

Carnival Games Mini Golf – This game does lack some depth in that it only has about 27 holes to play. It makes my top 10 list, though, because it is fun to play the different holes and try to find the secret areas. The secret areas have mini games that if you beat usually gets you a hole in one. Also, as you play you try to collect coins to purchase items in the Barker Shop, which includes new balls, clubs, and outfits.

For our examples, let’s assume we want to take long exposure light trails of car lights. You will want to find somewhere where there is a lot of fast-moving traffic, and not much ambient light. Although, I must add, having neon signs or other lighting on the side CAN add for cool effect of the photo.Now, find a good perspective that will catch the car lights passing by, and setup your tripod, camera, and get ready!

This is where trial and error come into play. There are no exact “perfect” camera settings. It all depends on the ambient light around you, how fast traffic is moving, etc.