We've got a special treat for you this week: a Street Photography edition of the featured Flickr Photos. If you aren't part of the group already, you should probably join. Afterall, you can win a Leica D-LUX 5 in our contest sponsored by Leica. For more details you can go here. First though, see if you made the cut this week.
Previously, we spoke about shooting in large cities. During vacations, we tend to wander and explore at night. As soon as the sun goes down, the rules of photography suddenly change: You need faster apertures, you're shooting at slower shutter speeds, and the ISOs go to near BBQ levels. If you're an amateur photographer taking your DSLR along to shoot for fun on your vacation, take a look at these tips on how to photograph the cities.
Today, you can enter for a chance to win a Leica D-LUX 5 in our Flickr Street Photography contest. To enter, all you'll need to do is head over and submit your photos to our Flickr group. Take a look at our Flickr Discussion for more details.
The era of digital sensors has created a pervading fear of dust among photographers. Many shooters try not to change lenses except when they have to, and they pale at the thought of a gaping-open lens mount. But sometimes it's worth throwing caution to the wind. Often times I find the wrong way to use my equipment is the best way. Let me introduce you to the world of freelensing.
Flash modifiers are essential to the kit of many wedding photographers because of the light-harnessing abilities they offer in portable packages. Since each photographer is different and has their own unique style, different items may appeal to different photographers. In this video, I talk a bit about some popular flash modifiers to use at weddings and provide some insights on how to use them creatively. To read more about this, check out this previous blog post.
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