The days are getting shorter, the morning countryside is covered in dew, soft breezes blow...fall is here! Small reminders may remain, but summer is on its way out. Ever since becoming a photographer, summer’s end doesn’t bother me so much. I welcome fall and get excited for what I consider the most photogenic season of the year. Are you interested in getting your feet wet with some landscape photography? Wondering what exactly to shoot in fall? Get inspired by our article!
A tripod should be one of the basic parts of a photographer’s gear, no matter what genre they shoot. This accessory is often overlooked, and while it’s true that in many situations you can make do without it, the lack of a tripod often makes it a major problem to take a quality picture, or even makes it impossible. That’s why in today’s article I’ll be mapping out the situations where a tripod really is an integral part of a photographer’s gear.
Most photographers disdain phone cameras and scorn their use. They own a DSLR or other high-quality equipment, so why would they ever shoot with a mere telephone? But are things really as simple here as they seem?
If you’ve ever done landscape photography, then you know the situation where your sensor’s dynamic range isn’t big enough for the dynamic range of the scene. In plain English: you can only get detail in the dark tones if you’re willing to sacrifice it in the light tones—in other words, to accept a washed-out sky—or vice versa: detailed bright tones at the cost of dark tones that all blend into pure black. There’s a solution: HDR.