Shoot it Both Ways

January 21, 2010

Photo Tips

Here’s a quick tip:

When you are talking landscape pictures, take the wide angle view and take a close up view of one of the elements in the scene.

This is basically the same thing I recommend when photographing people: Take an environmental shot (subject in the environment) and then take a head shot or a head-and-shoulders shot.

Explore the light,

Rick


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Canon Explorer of Light Rick Sammon has published 36 books, including Exploring the Light and Digital Photography Secrets. When asked about his photo specialty, Rick says, “My specialty is not specializing.” You can follow Rick on twitter at http://twitter.com/RickSammon and visit his website at http://www.ricksammon.com

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One Response to “Shoot it Both Ways”

  1. Kevin Williams Says:

    I thought you meant horizontal and vertical, which is also a good idea in my opinion. Nice post, and nice images!

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