With the blizzard/snow conditions we have, you might be tempted to run outside and take some pictures. But when you do, the color might be off or they might look underexposed. Here’s some tips you might find useful:
If you are like me, you just don’t feel like going outside with your camera on most rainy days. And your family might be tired of having their picture taken all the time. So if you’re looking for something new to take photographs of, why not smoke?
Smoke photography is pretty popular these days and pretty easy (and cheap) to do. Check out this video for some great tips:
You read story (Amtrak Photographer) after story (BP Photographer) these days about law enforcement and private security attempting to prevent photographers from taking pictures of public buildings, public events or even just out in public. Usually under the guise of the Patriot Act (here in the U.S.) or some other such nonsense. But the truth is, anyone who attempts to prevent you from taking photographs is breaking the law.
It’s important to know your rights. It’s also just as important to know local laws (for example, in Massachusetts there is currently a law prohibiting taking pictures of law enforcement officials). Attorney Bert P Krage’s provides a free printable sheet which you can show to anyone who attempts to prevent you from taking pictures.