Action photography requires specific skills to produce successful images. Panning, predictive focusing, and selective metering are all important skills that are not as hard to master due to new technology and advances in digital cameras today. Also knowing your subject matter is very important when one is shooting action photography. It helps in predicting when a good shot will happen and you will be prepared to capture it.
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Parks, gardens, museums, and public buildings offer some of the loveliest photographic subjects possible – statuary. Quite often it is difficult to convey the power of a large statue or public memorial in a photograph. Think of the enormous Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., although most people have seen photographs of it they are still surprised at its enormity in person.
We spend countless hours in front of our workstations editing images. Having the right space to accommodate your work flow makes your job that much easier. I have gathered some amazing examples of great digital darkroom setups and I can honestly say most of these make me very jealous.