Posts Tagged ‘photography techniques’

Aerial photography technique

Conventional wisdom would require that a pro photographer would use a gyroscope to stabilize the camera for aerial photography. However, I have made photographs from Cessna aircraft over the last several decades without a gyroscope. I am now exhibiting forty of the most graphic of these with enlargements up to six foot murals. Geisinger Hospital, Read the full article…

Outstanding close-up photography

Our aim is to make close-up photos so that the subjects are not confused with a busy background.  We want the floral, butterfly or bird to stand out from the background. The delineation from the background will help make the photograph artistically pleasing.  For our purposes, the science of the flower’s stem and leaves, for Read the full article…

Tips for photographing night parades

I have a simple though effective means of photographing night parades and low-light indoor events, which are both represented in this holiday gallery. Both combine the use of flash (preferably a flash you can hold off camera though also with on-camera and in-camera flash.  For the photos in this holiday party celebration I used an Read the full article…