[Ad/Anzeige] Today, I wanna show you a pic from a classical view in the marshlands of Belgium!
It was in December and after a long dry period there was finally some rain which is always good for landscape photography...
Nikon d850, Sigma 14-24 Art, f13, ISO 80, 1/2sec, gnd 0,9soft
Spend time with your work.
When you find an image you love, figure out why.
Is it the composition, textures, colours, camera settings?? In @lightroom on the upper right hand side you can look at your settings. Your ISO, shutter speed, and aperture are all listed there.
While you're shooting, play with those settings, than as you look through your work, take a glance over there and see how they worked out for you.
One of the first shots that strongly educated me on my personal point of view.
Kathy Karlo, @inheadlights, on The Great Red Roof.
Focal Length: 18mm
Shutter Speed: 1/800
One of the most useful macro photography add ons (other than a light) is a teleconverter. When taking macro photos of things like flowers and insects, the most challenging thing is getting enough of the subject in focus. What a teleconverter allows you to do is get the same magnification a little further back which increases the depth of field. Or you can get more magnification at the same working distance. If you go the route of "more working distance, same magnification" you can get away with having an aperture of f/11 instead of f/18. Which also means lower ISO or higher shutter speed, depending on how you play with your settings. My goal behind adding one to the macro setup is more depth of field, due to having more working distance without having the depth of field issues that comes with a physically longer lens #macrophotography#macro_world#cameragear#pentax#pentaxphotography#pentaxk3ii#photographytips#photographygear#photographyequipment#100mmmacro
As I get older, the more I stay focused on the acceptance of myself and others, and choose compassion over judgment and curiosity over fear.
And I need to see my own beauty and to continue to be reminded that I am enough, that I am worthy of love without effort, that I am beautiful, that the texture of my hair and that the shape of my curves, the size of my lips, the color of my skin, and the feelings that I have are all worthy and okay. “Just saying 😊😘❤️ Don’t waste time comparing, needing or stressing over things you can’t change. Smile and say “i am enough”
OMG at last in my hands!!! ❤️ Two years of incredibly hard work, long nights, and a new born baby (my son Lucas), and a world tour through South East Asia, I finished this beast! But today, is the day I received my very first copy of my new book (and now 5th book) titled Wedding Storyteller Vol. 2! 400 pages of content baby published by the great people at @rocky_nook. I had to chase down the USPS guy to get it, but here it is! lol! I just count resist or wait any longer! Every time I finish the final version of a chapter, I always look forward to the day I get the physical book in my hands, so I’m just over the moon in excitement! If you have this book, please leave a review on Amazon. Also, don’t forget that at my platform class at @wppievents will be the official release of the book to the public and I will be signing away. So come and celebrate with us! #weddingstorytellerbook. #weddingstoryteller2#newbook#author#weddingbook#weddingphotography#photographyeducation#photographytips#photography