How do you tweak the Sunny 16 Rule in Photography?You are out with your family on a bright sunlit day. The kind of day on which photographers prefer using the Sunny 16 Rule. In case you are not familiar with the Sunny 16 Rule, it is a simple age-old exposure guideline that helps you to set the correct exposure on a bright sunny day. But what is this Sunny 16 Rule? And how does one use this rule in photography? Let's look at a few ways on how to tweak the Sunny 16 Rule in photography. Read more...
Tips for Photographing in the SnowIn many parts of the world the weather changes around this time of the year. It’s the time of snow-filled landscapes, hot chocolate, fresh cookies, cuddling in front of fire, building a snowman and playing defend-the-castle in the fresh powdery snow. The air is filled with Christmas chimes and the sounds of laughter that a hard earned holiday brings. The is the time of togetherness and as the old adage goes, happiness doubles when you share it with people you love and care for. No wonder camera owners, who otherwise wouldn't care, suddenly remember their long-forgotten pals and bring them out in the light of day. If you are one of those (or even if you are not) here are a few tips to help you make some memorable photos this season, especially when you are photographing in the snow. Read more...