The most recent summer I spent shooting the Clearwater Beach area was the 4th of July. I had just recently graduated from a photography class at a local art college. Being from an area that is surrounded by salt water, I had never spent any time in the water so the water wasn’t on my radar. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but I was happy to be in the water.
I’ve been diving since I was a kid, so its always an exciting prospect to be standing on top of the water. I like that it offers a sense of weightlessness, a feeling of floating and not being held by the earth, and I also like the fact that the water is completely still so it’s a cool background and I can see and shoot in all directions.
The water is a good place to shoot because it’s completely still, and thus you have a lot of freedom to move around, or shoot in any direction you like. Plus, it’s a great place to shoot if you don’t have a clear idea of what you want to shoot.
I think its a cool concept, but if you want to shoot in all directions, I would suggest shooting at a wide angle first. If the water is completely still, you just can’t really see much of anything. Also, unless your camera has a wide angle lens like I do, that just makes it harder to shoot in a wide angle.
It’s still a great concept, but if you want to shoot in any direction, I would suggest shooting in a wide angle first. If the water is completely still, you just cant really see much of anything. Also, unless your camera has a wide angle lens like I do, that just makes it harder to shoot in a wide angle.
It’s true that in the first day of shooting, you’ll have more chance of getting a wide angle shot than if you hold still. If you hold still, you’ll just be in the frame of the sun, and you can’t really get much of anything in that frame. The water is completely still in that shot though. I’d suggest shooting from a low angle first.
I know I’ve been guilty of this as well, especially in the beginning of my photography career. If I had a panoramic viewfinder, I’d be shooting from a higher angle, but I have to shoot at a pretty close range to get anything in that pano viewfinder. I think it’s because my camera only has a tiny zoom lens.
I think its because my camera only has a tiny zoom lens. It’s almost like I cant really get a wide view of anything in it. I dont know how to get it to zoom it in more or less, but if I could I would.
It seems to me that the best way to learn to use a wide angle lens is to just shoot at the horizon. If you’re just using a lens that isn’t wide enough for you, then it’s going to be hard to go over.
I think it is because my camera is way too small for me to really get a wide view of a building. I only really use it for portraits and this and that, and I dont really see myself shooting at the horizon. But if I can get to the horizon, then I will.