So we’ve setup a domain and created a website. www.free-photo-lessons.com
Yup we wanted to make a site that would contain our own videos, my own personal blogs, links to photo tutorial articles as well as links to photo reviews, etc. Kind of a “Photo Information Hub”. We hope you come take a look. As of now most of the articles are ones that we just moved over from this wordpress site. Both sites will run in parallel, but I’m hoping to use free-photo-lessons.com as our main resource.
Hope to see you all there.
So I’ve attempted to shoot hummingbirds before and i can attest to the fact that they are not easy to shoot. They move so fast. It can be very tricky to find the right settings that allow the bird itself to be nice and sharp but still have slight blur in the wings to truely give that sense of speed coming from the little birds wings.
So check out the following article over at picturecorrect.com in regards to taking pictures of hummingbirds. Now to find some to shoot!!!
So once again, I’m on the search for nice little tutorials for taking photos of just about anything… Why not Daffodils? So heres a nice little article that goes over 10 tips for shooting them. Im pretty sure that this information can be used for shooting more then just Daffodils. Anyways hop on over to ephotozine.com and get your read on.
So I came across a great article that many of us probably think of. What lenses should I have, and how many are needed? I know that for me I don’t have an unlimited budget so finding the perfect lenses are really important. Also I really don’t want to have to bring a whole bunch of lenses with me if I don’t need to. Anyways check out the following article from photofocus.com, its a good read.