If shooting in direct sunlight (not the shadows but the SUN) your f/stop should be at f/16 and shutter at the same speed of your ISO. Works everytime. ex) f/16 1/500 iso 500 (or any equivalant exposure).
"If you never trained for video, here are a few basic tips from Regina McCombs, senior editor for visual news at Minnesota Public Radio and Poynter adjunct faculty. Part of a series of graphics with tips for storytellers, this infographic can be thought of as bite-sized inspiration" - Sara Quinn
Taking portraits at wide apertures and consistently nailing focus is is not an easy task. In fact, it’s a skill that must be practiced in order to master it. However, an aspect not often discussed in regards to capturing sharp images has nothing to do with the lens used or the f-stop. Here is the ultimate guide to capturing tack sharp images at wide apertures.
6 Tips for Shooting in the Sun | Summerana - Photoshop Actions for Photographers Shooting in the sun can seem daunting at first, and it can be a challenge for your outdoor client sessions if you aren't well prepared. But once you have mastered the following tips on how to shoot in the sun, you will start to look for new opportunities to expand your artistic capability (no matter where the sun may be!) and with confidence. Read them here: http://summerana.com/6-tips-for-shooting-in-the-sun/
Images above: 400mm; 1/30 sec; f/13; ISO 100; Manual Mode This morning I took my first moon images seen above. Knowing the harvest moon awaited and making the most of my insomnia at 4:30 AM, I donned...