We all know this problem. You take a picture of a beautiful scene but it just doesn’t turn out the way you want. Something is missing. It usually isn’t a matter of your camera or the settings you are applying.
Achei esse tema interessante porque mesmo que o fotógrafo saiba de cabeça quais são as fotos obrigatórias, cada casal tem suas histórias e suas particularidades. Como o álbum de casamento é a única lembrança que fica, essa dica é quase obrigatória!
Martin Gommel is a photographer on Flickr that I’ve been admiring for a while. Martin also has a blog called KWERFELDEIN (German) and has generously offered to to translate one of his photography articles for Digital Photography School.
By Hélio Dias. I have lost count of how many times I’ve came home and regretted not having done something to get better pictures when I was traveling. Luckily, each time that happened I learned from my mistakes.
This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part I, and is the second in a series of lessons about camera lenses. You can read the first article link to first article here.