Tips to remember for location shots


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Tips to remember for location shots

As you can see, combining wireless flash with natural light gives you incredible creative control, especially during that time after sunset and just before dark. Let's look at some tips that will help you get the best results when you are shooting in a situation like this. First tip: plan your shot. Arrive at the site well in advance of when you want to begin shooting so that you can scout the location. What will the light be like after the sun goes down? How much space is there around the location? Will you be able to capture the entire scene without having to stand in the middle of a busy street? And what kind of lens will you need? In scouting Tony's Pizzaria, I determined that the restaurant faces west.

So the twilight would be beautiful behind the building. Now Tony's Pizza is on a very busy street, but fortunately, the sidewalk was wide enough so that I was able to set up a tripod. But even so, I had to use a fairly wide angle lens on my zoom lens, about 26 millimeters. E...

Tips to remember for location shots
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Tips to remember for location shots provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jim Sugar as part of the Shooting with Wireless Flash: Outdoors at Twilight

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