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Journeys : Feb March 2011
February / March 2011 21 Life on the move • If your target is in shade, chances are the other side is beautifully illuminated. Check it out! • If your subject is wildlife, capture as much detail as possible. Use the camera zo om or get closer, if it’s possible and safe to do so. Also, try to get down to the animal’s level. Same for shots of the kids – get down to their level. If your target is moving around, try the sports setting on your camera to capture the action. • You get the best sunset shots about ten minutes after the sun has dipped over the horizon. You will need the tripod, as the camera shutter needs to stay open much longer than normal. Most cameras have a night setting. Finally, read the manual to get familiar with the ins and outs of your camera. Experiment – play around with the settings – have fun and enjoy your photography! Brian Dullaghan is a travel photographer, musician and author www.briandullaghan.com Clockwise from top left: A swan brings this river image to life; waterlilies add depth; get close to wildlife; road marking draws the eye through the photo; use a person to create scale
Apr May 2011