June 27Kayaking and Photography Meet
While the camera might be small enough to carry around your neck, like a necklace it is potentially dangerous and definitely not recommend it. When taking the photograph be sure to stabilize the canoe or kayak. Because of the cameras small sizes these days they can be easily shaken when pressing the shutter button, so pay particular care to holding the camera steady. If you are shooting non-action pictures it may make sense to use 2 second self timer to hold the camera steady, especially, when only one hand is used.
June 20Photography Underwater
To take effective pictures underwater you need to be able to concentrate on your subject and the operation of your camera equipment. Underwater photography is great fun, but getting good results is extremely tricky and the equipment is very expensive.
June 13Tips for Photographers
In order to successfully take a good photo, it is important you use a tripod. Tripods will result in sharp, clear pictures. Photographers who do not use a tripod will often experience blurred images.
Take plenty of batteries and film for your camera. Don’t rely on finding stores, it might be difficult to locate supplies on location. Even worse, you may loose precious time or keep others waiting while looking for supplies.
June 6Landscape Photo Tips
One of the favorite subjects of most photographers is outdoor landscapes. There’s so much beauty and majesty in nature, and many of us want to capture the moment and take it with us forever in the form of a snapshot or photograph. Unfortunately, the photo often doesn’t live up to our memory of the actual landscape scene. Here then are a few tips on how to take better landscape photographs in the future.