Banish Bad Pictures: 9 quick fixes for common camera complaints
Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my landscape photos look so flat?
Did you wait for the best light?
Dull, overcast days generally mean dull landscape shots because the lack of light creates too little contrast. However, being patient often pays off – even a brief break in the clouds can completely transform the scene.
Shooting in the sunshine
The sun will instantly brighten up your shots. Colours appear more vibrant and the sunlight will also add shadows, and therefore more contrast, to your scenes.
Better still, go back at around sunrise or sunset for the ‘magic hour’ – the sun is lower at these times, so the light will be softer, shadows will be longer and the sky is likely to be full of breathtaking colour.
PAGE 1 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why are all my photos blown out?
PAGE 2 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my landscape photos look so flat?
PAGE 3 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my skies look white and washed out?
PAGE 4 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why are my photos blurry and out of focus?
PAGE 5 – Fixing Bad Pictures: how do I focus on moving targets?
PAGE 6 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos look so cluttered?
PAGE 7 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my photos lack impact?
PAGE 8 – Fixing Bad Pictures: why do my action shots look boring?
PAGE 9 – Fixing Bad Pictures: Why do my colours look all wrong?
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on Monday, May 20th, 2013 at 12:57 pm under Beginner.
Tags: camera tips, DSLR tips, hot, How to focus