Tryptch, Memory Cards, and Indoor Tips
Here's a real quick and simple idea presented by Macro Art In Nature called “Tryptch”.Â This is the type of stuff you see hanging in corporate offices and such.Â It's pretty easy to do and it can work wonders with those photos that lack a real punch by themselves.
Memory Cards Getting Cheaper?
Peter Marshall at About:Photography posted an article titled “Quick Tip: Memory Cards“.Â Â He mentions a pretty good deal on a certain brand of Compact Flash cards (not Sandisk) and goes on to show that it's actually a pretty good performer.Â If you're in the market for a new card, take a look at this before buying.Â He also mentions some good general usage andÂ memory card handlingÂ tips.
Indoor Photography Tips
The Digital Photography School gives some advice for “How to Achieve Great Indoor Photography Tips“.Â The article goes over things like apertures, shutter speeds, and most importantly — flash techniques.Â The flash makes all the difference in the world when it comes to indoor photographs.Â I began using the technique of bouncing the flash off the ceiling (or using an on-flash bounce) to create better lighting for the photo.Â If you have a bounce flash and you're not bouncing it indoors, start doing it.Â If you don't have a bounce flash, the article gives a few tips to get around this.
Photo of the Day…
Photo by Brian Auer
09/17/06 Vernon, NJ
Mountain biker on a vertical wall ride
Konica Minolta Maxxum 7D
Konica Minolta AF DT 18-200
60mm equiv * f/7.1 * 1/400s * ISO100