Most of us don’t need to go too far to photograph boats. We are usually just a short distance from the coasts, rivers, canals and inland waterways to be able to photograph this type of transport.
Archives for March 2014
Cityscapes and skylines is one of the most common subjects for photographers all over the globe. Recognizable silhouettes climbing high against the colors of the day or night sky are collected in today’s showcase of skyline photography. Each city has its own unique distinct character and charisma. I hope this collection would inspire you to […]
As explained in a previous post by Chris Derrick, the histogram on your digital camera of a shot is a simple bar graph. This bar graph shows the distribution of the tonal values in an image, from total black on the far left to total white on the far right. The histogram is the tonal […]
A lens flare is the light that scatters within the lens because of unplanned reflection and lens impurities. Often seen as an unwanted effect, many photographers use things like lens hoods and specially coated lens to reduce or eliminate lens flares. Alternatively, it can also be used on purpose to invoke a sense of drama […]
There are lots of aviation geeks out there with telephoto lenses which allow them to get fabulous photography from up in the sky. Aircraft images are so gorgeous and romantic. Planes impress with their majesty, power, and capability to fly like birds touching the sky. Wikipedia says that ‘aviation photography is the act of taking […]