9 creative photo ideas to try in June 2013
07 Shoot sparkling dew
By placing a long lens close to the soil and selecting a wide aperture, you can create a narrow band of sharp blades sandwiched between a soft, green foreground and background.
Warm days followed by cool, clear nights and calm winds bring the chance of a sheet of dew forming on the grass, and this can elevate a photo.
Wear waterproof trousers, then use a beanbag to rest your lens on and get that all-important low angle. If you find too much of the background is appearing in the shot, use a tripod raised slightly off the ground and angle the lens down slightly.
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* Shoot into the sun to make the blades of grass and dew glow, but use a lens hood to shield the front element.
* Experiment with different aperture settings and points of focus.
* The closer grass is to the front of
the lens, the more diffused the foreground will be.
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on Saturday, June 1st, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.
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