It is difficult to photogroph a city, or come up with good ideas that are unique, this blog entry to to help find the ideas and techniqus.
It is difficuly to photogroph a city, or come up with good ideas that are unique, this blog entry to to help find the ideas and techniqus.
Photograph by Neil Wade, My Shot
Chilung’s Miaokou Night Market has an old temple at its center, but the main focus here is feasting. The market’s yellow lanterns illuminate a mouthwatering array of traditional Taiwanese snack foods, including savory noodle soups, oyster omelets, snails, sticky rice, and tripe. Taiwanese and tourists alike say no visit is complete without a fruity “bubble ice” dessert—black plum is a local favorite.
Photo Tip: Find leading lines and use them to lead the eye into your picture. Leading lines are most effective as diagonals.\
(Kelly Walsh) In any city there are leading lines. Wether it is a train stop, the inner city, a walk way and ecetera. The trick is to finding how the leading lines can work for your photo.
Elevated Highway, China
Photograph by Justin Guariglia, National Geographic
Shanghai’s ever growing network of highways rings the city and links more than 500 cities across 22 provincial areas.
Photo Tip: Be bold and fill the viewfinder with your subject.
(Kelly Walsh) The photo tips says to be bold and fill the veiwfinder with your subject. Adding to that it also knowing what you should have in the viewfinder. This photograph could haev been shot at different agles, and each angle would portray a different feeling. It is key to knowing what angle you want your viewer to see.
Photograph by Steve Damascus, My Shot
Photo Tip: Something to consider when taking your picture is your point of view. A picture can be more interesting when taken from an unusual angle.
(Kelly Walsh) I spoke about using the right angles in the shots. I want to add the lighting aspect in th is. In this shot the lighting is key.