9 creative photo ideas to try in May 2013
05 Shoot reflections in puddles
Why not explore the photographic potential of the humble puddle? You’ll have to wait for the rain to stop if you want to shoot a perfectly still reflection, although don’t discount the interest that ripples can add to your images.
After a heavy spell of rain, head to places with interesting architecture or industrial features. Areas you’d normally discount can be transformed when contained within a reflection.
Look for interesting textures on the ground, such as cracked paving slabs and road markings, and include people in your shots. Flip the image later in Photoshop to create a distorted, intriguing result.
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* Use a medium-range zoom lens for flexible framing options.
* Ditch the tripod and increase the ISO to give you camera shake-free shots.
* Try shooting at night and including reflections of brightly-lit shop windows and street lamps.
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on Wednesday, May 1st, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.
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