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Photo Tips

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This blog is planned to keep very much to the basics of shooting nature and sport action in the outdoors.

Feedback to this blog is welcome and any comments can be sent by clicking on comments at the end of the blog which sends messages to triathlonshots@hotmail.com

 

 

 

Optimising photos for use on the internet.

 

The number one thing is that the images are bright. The problem with using dark or underexposed photos on the internet is because .......................................................

This above image is no good for the simple reason that it is too dark. On an older .......... Click here to read the full 'Photo Tips'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nature Photography.

 

The comments below can be equally related to sports photography. Getting good nature shots has many of the same elements of sport photography and in many instances it is even more challenging. If you can get a good shot of a bird flying in the air at a distance, then capturing ..................................

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Here is a link to some wildlife photography taken over the last few years.

 

 

 

 

 

Framing.

 

Framing an image can be used to focus the viewer onto the subject. It is also to cut out unwanted background which often distracts from the image.

Here are three images from this site that have used framing to various ................................................................................... Click here to read the full 'Photo Tips'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black and White.

 

The area of black and white photography was my first real photography experience way back in 1987, as a weekly option at highschool.

It was ............................................................................. Click here to read the full 'Photo Tips'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract photos.

 

All three images below I have described as abstract, because they take some imagination to see the main effect.

All the photos were taken using the same technique. That is the camera was set ................Click here to read the full 'Photo Tips'

 

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Cropping photos.

 

Cropping photos is one of the essential elements .......................

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The image directly below has been cropped from the image above. More images from this day can be seen on theWakiki surf page.

 

Another example where cropping is useful is .........................

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Using shutter priority.

 

These photos were achieved by using shutter priority on your camera and setting ..........

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Prosumer cameras.

 

'Prosumer' stands for professional consumer and in this blog is referring to the likes of the nikon d50 and fujifilms permanent zoom lens cameras.

I got an old friend to read over my first blog entry on this site. He has recently brought a 'prosumer' camera and is aiming to photograph some wildlife. Am now a bit more knowledgeable about the 'prosumer' cameras, there is a wide variety of them and some even have up to 12 x zoom and produce good quality images. At least the images shown to me taken with such a camera of wild deer were excellent. The article ....................

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Direction of light effect.

 

The above shot .........................

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Slow Sync Flash.

 

This technique is very effective in ...................................

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