cloudy Tag

Tip of the Day – Crop last

What I love about cloudy skies is their ability to provide soft, even light, which makes it possible to shoot from virtually any angle, just as long as you’re in a fairly open area. This...

Tip of the Day – Find some colour

The best thing about shooting on a cloudy day is the soft quality of the light. With the light source being, in effect, the entire sky, the light tends to envelop your subject from all...

Tip of the Day – Pay attention to the light

2. Pay attention to the light Plentiful light is a crucial ingredient in creating sharp, in-focus action photos. Why? Because lots of light allows you to use a fast shutter speed and helps the autofocus system...

Tip of the Day – Cloudy Day Action

Cloudy days provide beautiful soft, diffuse light. However, the intensity (strength) of light is less. Keep an eye on your settings - it might be necessary to crank up the ISO to allow for fast...

Tip of the Day – Prioritise shutter speed

Fast shutter speeds are the key to obtaining sharp action shots! On overcast days or in low light, crank up your ISO as much as you can to allow for a fast shutter speed -...

Tip of the Day – Cloudy Days

Stuck with shooting on a cloudy day? Put extra effort into how you use the features of your location, and in getting expression from your subjects, to make up for unexciting lighting!...

Courtney’s Mentoring Session with Luca the Husky

Sweet Miss Luca Blue! Owned and loved by Kay, owner of Chew Chomp and Chill, this pretty girl is unlike most arctic breeds I've come across. Chilled, non-reactive and not particularly energetic (as in, it was...

Pet Photography Mentoring Sessions in San Francisco

During my five day stay in San Francisco I had plenty of time to explore by myself, as my partner had taken off to Colorado earlier to get some much-anticipated dirt bike riding in. Once...

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