Here’s the second installment of my fast photo tips. These are simple posts filled with several short ideas to help improve your photography. Don’t over-think it. Just try it.
Shooting silhouettes? Find a strong foreground object. Don’t use flash and expose for the background. Be sure to keep the image simple and the background uncluttered.
If you’re working in Photoshop and find yourself lacking screen real estate, simply hit the TAB key. This will temporarily hide the tool palettes and give you more room to work.
When you’re shooting sports, or any fast-moving action, consider using Shutter Priority mode. If you want to freeze the action, consider 1/1000th Sec as your minimum shutter speed. Of course, this means you’re going to need a lot of light or a high ISO.
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