Aviation photography is one of the most adrenaline-packed fields to work in! It’s fast, fun, and full of challenges. From static planes, ground to air, or air to air, each area possesses its own obstacles and its own rewards. OnRead more
Humans are not the only inhabitants of this world. All wildlife share an important role in the world ecosystem. Telling their tale takes patience and knowledge but it is important that we document their stories while they are still here.Read more
Our natural world is an amazing place! There is a romance to the landscape that transports one away from life and into a state of tranquility. Bringing out that romance takes a good photograph and a little help in theRead more
There are ten straps out there for every camera body. Each person has a preference as to which one is the best. For me, it comes down to safety, functionality, and comfort. We spend a lot of money on ourRead more
From books to magazines to websites, there is always something to learn and as a photographer, our job is not just to take pretty pictures but to also push the envelope for ourselves and our fellow photographers through that knowledge.Read more
This is always an option at sunrise or sunset but you have to remember that if you do then the range of light is going to be so great that the foreground is going to be darkened out and most of the detail will be lost. You can bring back those areas with the shadow slider in ACR but that will create more noise which will have to be dealt with. If you use plus exposure comp when taking the photo then you will have bright highlights which can also lead to loss of info. If you’re worried about either of these elements then you can try to hide the sun behind an object, like a tree, which will change the light ratio and create more beams of light. There are so many options it just depends on what you want to do.
Even if there are no airshows going on in your area, if you live by an agricultural area then odds are at some point you will see an air tractor flying overhead. These yellow, red, or white birds are often flying low over the wheat, alfalfa, or hay fields that encompass Gallatin valley. If you’re feeling the need to photograph some planes and there are no events in your area then maybe there’s an air tractor flying around.