Shooting at the crepuscular period can be a great way to get interesting shots. Possible on our workshops with an Open Deck policy.
Using apps on your tablet to inject a bit fun into your pictures, here I've used an app called LensLight.
Second part of the Ghiannis D blog post about approaches to shooting her successfully.
A while back I wrote about a picture I took under a jetty in Ambon, Indonesia. It was dark because of the struts of the...
Shooting the Ghiannis D interior on a recent Wreck Photo trip. The technicalities and practicalities.
A blog about using Adobe's Lightroom software to help eliminate noise in your photographs.
A post attempting to show how time of day and observation, teamed with critical exposure control can get you the shot you want.
Its important to keep toastie warm when taking pictures, as you need to concentrate on the task in hand and be comfortable. See how my use of Fourth Elements excellent under and wetsuits allow me to do this.
Keep an eye on whats going on in and on the sand you may miss something.
Taking your picture at just the right moment, is a great technique that levels the playing field somewhat if you only shoot with a more basic camera setup. However regardless of the kit you're using the "decisive moment" is the key to getting good shots.