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Old 09-04-2012, 16:09   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by StayDrunk View Post
I have this same problem where i feel my photos are lacking something and im not sure what it is. I always found lighting is a hugh part of your photos ( compared to your subject & filters ) if you get some creative lighting in there its can make the photos stand out from the rest.

I would say the easiest way of getting some interesting shots without killing your wallet is take some shots from a step ladder. I found it really interesting just taking shots from a ladder as you gain the advantage of angles that you cant get from the ground.

As Joetography says, just keep going and drive into the unkown and find your style. If you look at some of the photos off the 28 days later exploration site, you can get some good ideas there.
good advice.

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also, try not to shoot at midday, harsh light (unless you want that)

fill the frame or watch your backgrounds (easier to get it right in camera than crop and photoshop, time consuming)

and watch for the reflections as Matt said a polariser filter can help, but learn how to remove reflections in photoshop, can make a huge difference.


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