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  • 5 tips from Bruce Postle

    been trying to tell 1/2 you lot this for years.

    01 CHECK THE BACKGROUND

    02 TAKE YOUR TIME

    03 WAIT FOR THE RIGHT LIGHT

    04 THINK MORE, SHOOT LESS

    05 BE CREATIVE

    http://www.australianphotography.com...-shooting-tips

    now do ya believe me
    Cheers for now, IanB.
    Photos by Ian Browne on Facebook

  • #2
    The utmost basics in photography, most will work it out in time, but yep sometimes it needs spelling out

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Lost View Post
      been trying to tell 1/2 you lot this for years.

      04 THINK MORE, SHOOT LESS
      now do ya believe me
      I BELIEVE. I SEE THE LIGHT!!

      I must admit, I have been thinking less and shooting more recently - and it doesn't work
      Alan

      Still trying to make the ordinary look extraordinary

      D7000 | D90 | Coolpix S31 | iPhone 6s | Mac

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lost View Post
        been trying to tell 1/2 you lot this for years.

        01 CHECK THE BACKGROUND

        02 TAKE YOUR TIME

        03 WAIT FOR THE RIGHT LIGHT

        04 THINK MORE, SHOOT LESS

        05 BE CREATIVE

        http://www.australianphotography.com...-shooting-tips

        now do ya believe me
        Always did - just can't get the discipline right. But working on it as we communicate.
        Terry
        An Olympus E620 user

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        • #5
          Originally posted by caralan View Post
          I BELIEVE. I SEE THE LIGHT!!

          I must admit, I have been thinking less and shooting more recently - and it doesn't work
          well i'm stuffed if I know; maybe i thought too much today as I didn't even point the camera at anything.


          edit: and I traveled about 50 ks with the camera ready

          edit: well ready as it was in the car lol
          Cheers for now, IanB.
          Photos by Ian Browne on Facebook

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          • #6
            Of course with some genres of photography ie : birding...one does not often get the opportunity to think too much before snatching a fleeting opportunity except take a good guess at what to have the camera set at.

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            • #7
              03 WAIT FOR THE RIGHT LIGHT
              If you have the time that is!! I can see it now, asking the B&G to just hang on till dusk so the light is not as bright
              Lloyd
              Never make the same mistake twice, there are so many new ones, try a different one each day
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              • #8
                Originally posted by LJG View Post
                If you have the time that is!! I can see it now, asking the B&G to just hang on till dusk so the light is not as bright
                ahh; but that should be part of the photography plan. But I have been asked for a sunset photo for midday wedding LO L
                Cheers for now, IanB.
                Photos by Ian Browne on Facebook

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                • #9
                  hahaha I can just imagine the look on your face then Ian!! The one thing I always carry with my is a very large dark golf umbrella, it works wonders.
                  Lloyd
                  Never make the same mistake twice, there are so many new ones, try a different one each day
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                  • #10
                    I ear what you're saying Colin but disagree. Once the animal is in the frame there isn't too much thinking to do, however if you consider all the work you do to find the location, the animals, where to wait to get a background etc then there's lots of thoughts.
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