Sometimes which White Balance setting to choose is counter-intuitive. When presets fail and logic stumbles, sampling and common sense can be your best guides. Camera’s Auto-White Balance – Close to Daylight I was shooting White-headed Capuchin Monkeys in Costa Rica in April when the problem of white...
Well, don’t edit a photo in software without one anyway.
I just received what will likely become my new favorite photo gadget. It is a little piece of plastic with a metal insert to screw it down to a tripod. It is called the SpyderCube and it is made by Data Color. This is the SpyderCube. It ...
Figure out how you are going to expose that unusual lighting situation before you get into the field. And, of course, a new Lightroom preset.
I really wanted to write an article about shooting frogs in Costa Rica but alas, I have to settle for writing about preparing to shoot frogs in Costa Rica. ...
And a new Lightroom Preset too! Long Exposure Panning:
1/8th second exposure at 120 MM Focal Length
Swimming pools, particularly indoor pools, can be problematic to shoot. Indoor pools are devoid of windows wherever possible-at least the pools I frequent: namely the pools where my son’s swim team practices...
Graphics Feeds - English
Fleeting Glimpse Images Weblog
Thu, Jan 1 2009
Filed under: Filed under: Photography, lighting, lightroom, preset, white balance, swimmers, swimming pool, action, sodium vapor, sports photography