You will hear from so many photographers that shooting in the mid-day sun is the worst. I for one do not believe that. The time of day has nothing to do with the way your photo turn out. there is good light and bad light, simple as that.
I shot these photos at freedom tower in Manhattan, NYC. No flash, just me and the sun. I used the white of the skeletal sculpture has fill light, and the sun as a key light and that's it.
I used 24-70 at 24 to distort the perspective to get the look I wanted.
When you think you have the wrong light... you just might lol. All jokes aside
all you have to do is find the good light for what it is you want to shoot and boom there you go.
This photo shoot was taken at the celery farm in New Jersey. I wanted to have a real contrast between the dress and the environment, and I felt the pink and green would have a great juxtaposition.
Sneakers_vans chima pro 2
My son is so excited about his new bike.
So you know what we had to do.
Break out the camera and get to work.
The aesthetic of NYC just can't be beat. NYC has that grit that is very hard to find anywhere in the world.
Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn! What more can I say Brooklyn, my home town will always be amazing to shoot photos in. These photos where taken by the Williamsburg Bridge.
street fashion shot in Brooklyn NY
Jeans: American Eagle
Sneakers: vans Chima Pro 2
I had to take these shots in Manhattan. I love the meat packing high line area of the city.
The area has a warmer color tone. Most of the buildings and surroundings have a either red or brown,
and those tones contrast well with blue jeans.
Shot in Manhattan high line meat packing district
Jeans: American eagle
Shoes: Nine west
The meat packing district has I said has such beautiful tones.
I continued the rest of the day in this area.
Good day everyone I hope you all doing well. Today I have a quick tip on how to get sharper photos.
Most of us shoot by hand holding the camera which can result in camera shake. The focus could be spot on, but some how the photos still come out blurry. One of the best ways to fight against the hand shake blurry madness by shooting one over the focal length.
Shooting the same shutter speed or higher than the focal number on your lens. Let's say you're shooting at 50mm your shutter speed should be at least 1/50.
Shooting double the focal length will give even better results such as 1/100 on a 50mm.
Double the shutter or even triple as long as the shutter speed exceeds the focal length your in there like swim wear. Check ya later.