twilight Tag

Tip of the Day – Shoot to edit

Right at the end of Niku’s session, the jetty was just starting to get a little less busy. I had switched to my super wide angle 16-35mm lens and was shooting up close and from...

Tip of the Day – Settle down

Niku was a bit unsettled on the jetty but as soon as her mum Kay sat down, she decided to stand still instead of shifting around. Instead of disturbing her by asking Kay to stand...

Tip of the Day – Hidden twilight tones

Twilight shots can look fairly dull in a raw file, lacking the colour and vibrance you experience in person. Those beautiful pink and purple pastel tones are all there hidden in the RAW file data...

Tip of the Day – Twilight recovery

Image 5 of 5 of Dutchie’s Session in the series Creating variety in your pet photography sessions Last post of the series, so it’s time for a “before and after” today! Twilight images can be really beautiful,...

Tip of the Day – Plan for sunset

Image 5 of 5 of Billy’s Session in the series Creating variety in your pet photography sessions ⠀ Twilight is one of my favourite times to shoot - especially in open locations - near the water and...

Tip of the Day – Twilight Shooting

If you’re shooting in a wide open area on a clear day, don’t stop once the sun goes down! Twilight is longer on clear days and usually during summer, and the light is soft, giving...

Tip of the Day – Include the Landscape

To create variety in your session, pull back and include the surrounding environment, if you’re shooting somewhere picturesque! This was shot on a dog-friendly beach on the Gold Coast with the high rises of Surfers...

Tip of the Day – Always Be Ready

Always be ready to capture the random moments. Even though I wasn’t set up specifically to shoot action - the fact that I always shoot with a high shutter speed and use continuous focus full...

Tip of the Day – Pushing a Sunset Photo

This shot is the subject of a “before and after” blog post on my website. Head to the blog on learnpetphotography.com.au to see the “before” image - you won’t believe the difference!...

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