9 creative photo ideas to try in April
04 Shoot quiet landscapes
For some photographers, a bleak spring day is the perfect time to make a beeline for the great outdoors.
German composer and fine-art nature photographer Jürgen Heckel appears to thrive on the sort of weather conditions that would drive most picture postcard snappers to the nearest café.
“I can’t really describe why I like these kind of colours in my work,” says Jürgen. “All I can say is that I don’t like flashy colours and too much contrast in my pictures.
“Most of the time, I think in advance what kind of picture I want to take, although I have to adapt to the weather on a particular day. I also think about the post-processing treatment I’m likely to use while shooting the pictures.”
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* Travel light: Jürgen uses a 600D plus Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 and Sigma 17-70mm.
* If you’re having trouble composing for square images, use the overlays available in your camera’s Live View mode.
* Use low ISOs and a tripod to preserve image quality.
PAGE 1: Shoot twilight portraits
PAGE 2: Shoot still life photography with personality
PAGE 3: Shoot a film noir style
PAGE 4: Shoot quiet landscapes
PAGE 5: Shoot out of focus
PAGE 6: Shoot faces in unusual places
PAGE 7: Shoot pictures of weather
PAGE 8: Shoot wildlife with long exposures
PAGE 9: Shoot baby sheep
Landscape photo ideas: clever ways to shoot flat, lowland terrain
Landscape photo ideas for creative pictures of mountains and hills
Landscape photography ideas for rivers, waterfalls and lakes
on Sunday, March 31st, 2013 at 12:00 am under Photography Tips.
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